The first film showing at 3pm is Donald Judd’s Marfa Texas. Judd (1928 – 1994) an artist and critic was a multidisciplinary conceptualist whose work was associated with the minimalist movement, although he disavowed that label. Judd believed that art should not represent anything, that it should stand on its own and simply exist. In the film, Judd is interviewed in various locations at his Manhattan SoHo district loft, the permanent installation and restored buildings at Marfa, Texas and his Chinati Foundation at Fort Russell, Texas. This is the last interview Judd gave before his death in 1994. Critic John Yau provides commentary in this overview of Judd’s career and his role in the development of post-war contemporary art and architecture.