ART: Visiting "mirror" artist Daniel Rozin has created a dazzling exhibition, "Reflections," in which guests can "multiply your visage into hundreds of kaleidoscopic views, use computers and mirrors to distort your appearance, experiment with your face under different wavelengths of light, and play with perspective to capture aspects of yourself you’ve rarely witnessed. Among the exhibits on display are new interactive works highlighting Daniel Rozin’s provocative take on self-examination."
5:30 p.m. // Exploratorium (3601 Lyon) // free-$14
MUSIC: There are still tickets available to tonight's PJ Harvey & John Parish show. Pop Matters says that even if the collaborators' new release A Woman and a Man Walked By, "isn't the most essential item in either artist’s discography, it’s still one worth hearing—if only to witness how slowly and deliberately it reveals its difficult charms."
8 p.m. // The Warfield (982 Market St) // $39.50-42 (all ages)
MUSIC II: New wave meets bossa nova with French band Nouvelle Vague, who remake new wave singles with a Brazilian pop twist. Sounds like an irresistible combo.
8 p.m. // The Regency Ballroom (1290 Sutter St) // $23.40 (all ages)