February 18 - April 17, 2004 2nd Floor (sm), Stephen Glueckert
More than 20 black and white charcoal drawings relating images of childhood and adolescence by Seattle-based artist. Through contrasting images of children with masks, the series of stacked drawings conveys feelings of change and vulnerability at early stages of life. The viewers' experience of the entire series of drawings can be intense and emotional. De Caro states, "My work addresses the temporal experiences that influence our sense of self. I'm interested in how we look, and how we are looked at, the influence of memory in defining our experience.