Interactivity isn't just a temporary art show for McLeod Residence, it's the young gallery-bar-hangout's entire reason for being. Hell, some members get so interactive, they legally change their names—so the McLeods have extra reason to do this one right. With digital prints and "biomimetic butterflies" by the Barbarian Group, textiles that respond to touch by Maggie Orth, a laser installation by Joel S. Kollin, and mixed-media work by Felix Livni. (McLeod Residence, 2209 Second Ave, 441-3314. 6—9 pm, free, 21+.)