(FASCIST ARCHITECTURE AND STARLINGS) Every year, tens of thousands of starlings descend on EUR, Mussolini's partly finished Roman suburb. From this place came the three-part installation Murmurs: large, velvety, black-and-white photographs of clouds of birds forming over the ominous architecture by Richard Barnes; a four-channel video installation of the birds moving across suspended screens by Alex Schweder; and Charles Mason's sound composition, which starts with the voice of a single starling. (Howard House, 604 Second Ave, 256-6399. 10:30 am—5 pm, free.)