Although often simple in its execution, LeWitt’s work always evokes a sense of fun. Work should be beautiful and engaging. Simple but not boring. After all, who wants to live in an ugly world? His work, in particular his colour sculptural pieces, have a tremendous sense of energy and excitement about them. He was also the master of supergraphic scale, creating wall pieces where the content seems too big for the space, and playing with our senses, enveloping us in colour and shape with work that fills the room. By not being profound, LeWitt’s work is easy to enjoy. But as with any art which is reduced down to a simple essence or truth, it takes a genius to create such simple statements.