"Environment[al]" is a group show bringing together timely, topical and absolutely experimental works by architects, designers and landscape architects. Their primary interest in the natural world is how best to leverage post-digital technologies to protect and sustain it. This summer show envisions a sort of avant-garde and science-fiction hybrid environment, an industrially sustainable, socially just and verdant planet. Curators Herwig Baumgartner and Marcelyn Gow have constructed a "landscape" of data related to the soil and water conditions of nearby regions, augmented with an integrated sound map, video projections and embedded sculptural objects to offer the most artsy biodome ever. Through Aug. 26.