You've probably seen a few cubes sitting in an art gallery and questioned why they were there. How could cubes be important? How did we get here? Minimalist art can still impart a strong feeling. A feeling for space, light, for presence and absence. You are aware of your own body in the gallery as you've never been before. You appreciate the architecture and the spareness, and in a world filled with complexity and information. This is the case for Minimalism.