Sometimes, the whole body is Band-Aids. This is from Noah Grussgott's new show Caution Kid at Grey.

The Band-Aid kid is sitting on the bleachers with other kids (brick and concrete bullies? kids entirely swathed in danger signage) like in some middle-school assembly whose intentions are not entirely clear. (The spectacle facing the bleachers is a screen/"painting" made of strips of foam called Some Walls Are Forced to Do Things They Don't Wanna Do.)


It fits perfectly that this young artist (recently graduated from UW) was formerly the studio assistant to the ingenious minimalist-conceptualist Robert Morris (the bleacher scene is in direct conversation with these), who made this earthwork in Sea-Tac, which anyone can visit at any time.