Remember, ultimately, your goal is to interpret your chosen artwork my chosen artwork is Donald Judd untitled 1966. and compared to Brancusi’s endless column your point of view, what is the central issue that the artwork is addressing? How would youarticulate the main point that the artwork is making? How is this point communicated through theartworks form and/or presentation? Brancusi’s endless column is a discrete form that makes sense in of itself where the thing of minimalism it becomes Installation based where you cant see the artwork apart from the architecture thats whats going on with Donaled judd untitled , so that framework for understanding sculpture is what hal foster pushes it into postmodernism In terms of the overall form, voice, and tone of your final essay, I leave those decisions up to you. Ifyou wanted to write a straightforward analysis in a scholarly voice that begins with a formalintroduction and ends with a conclusion, that is of course perfectly fine. If you wanted to write amore creative work, such as a short story, letter, or imaginary interview with the artist, forexample, that would be fine, too. The only stipulation is that your text must incorporate thefollowing elements: a full description of the artwork Judd untitled 1966 a thesis that represents your interpretation of the chosen artwork an analysis of an assigned reading(foster crux of minimalism) in relation to the chosen artwork (Donald Judd untitled) an instructive comparison to another artwork (Brancusi’s endless column ) images of the artworks referred to in your paper (included at the end of your paper andlabeled as fig.) a title that reflects the thesis of your paperIn terms of length, your final writing assignment should be 57 pages long, double-spaced, using 12pt. font and 1 margins.Your final writing assignment will be graded holistically, with a focus on the following aspects: howclear and convincing the argument is, how vividly and attentively you describe your chosenartwork, how logically and meaningfully you relate your chosen artwork to an assigned reading andto another artwork, grammar and other mechanical issues.