Reaching back into childhood from a close distance: This is what some of the most promising recent Seattle art-school grads have done—Fred Muram, for instance, and now Noah Grussgott. Grussgott's installation of anthropomorphic sculptures in minimalist shapes sits on a set of bleachers facing the faintly occult spectacle of a screen/"painting" made of strips of foam called Some Walls Are Forced to Do Things They Don't Wanna Do. It's a middle-school assembly: No wonder the figures seem nervous. (Grey Gallery & Lounge, 1512 11th Ave, 325-5204. 11 am–7 pm, free.)