Would you rather play Tetris with Jennifer Zwick or look at her art? You can't do both; you have to choose. Most artists would probably rather not learn the answer to this question—how can little old contemporary art compete with a classic, gloriously time-sucking video game? Zwick is not most artists. She'll be at her own photo show—Bilaterography, focusing on symmetries both found and created in the world—waiting for you to decide. She's keeping score. At the end of her show, a winner will be declared: Will it be Tetris or art? (SOIL, 112 Third Ave S, 264-8061. Noon–5 pm, free.)