I remember a television documentary that Channel 4 produced about Donald Judd after he died. I watched it in a video library in the basement of the monolithic concrete art block at Coventry University. Matthew Collings presented, looking very English, standing in the scorching Texan desert outside Judd’s compound. A talking head contemporary of Judd’s, Richard Serra, explained how Don began his career as an art critic and used his monotone reviews of painting exhibitions to foreshadow his own elementary sculptures. I can’t actually recall, but I assume Collings delivered a comic parody of Judd’s writing. Something like: There is a painting. It is red. There is another painting. It is green. A yellow band extends from its bottom left corner half way along its bottom edge ... and so on.