If you find yourself walking a street, neighborhood, or anyplace, and find no nuances, better run fast to another. You are in hell. Nuances are what make us human. Nuances remind us of the value of subtlety and humility. They are what give us –or anything – individuality and personality. It’s easy to find nuances in nature. No two rocks or trees or chipmunks or people are the same. It’s harder to find nuance in our modern world, though the older world is ripe with it. Donald Judd’s work can often draw our attention this way.