Last month, women artists invented their own biologies at Punch Gallery. This month, four men ride the time-space-object continuum at SOIL in a group show about the invention not of bodies but of environments. The lineup is unexpected, pairing Jonathan Hudak's scattered scenes with Eric Elliott's exaggeratedly condensed paintings and Matt Browning's loose installation "drawings" (that incorporate bricks, metal, quilted fabric, fur, tea strainers, and keyboard key sensors) with Whiting Tennis's solid, personified plywood sculptures. (SOIL, 112 Third Ave S, 264-8061. 6–9 pm, free.)