Tonight at the Cinders Gallery (103 Havemeyer St) in Brooklyn from 7-10pm, a bunch of artists we're seriously into, including digital/animated visual experimentalist Michael Bell-Smith and Lucky Dragons (who helped us have what we now remember as basically the happiest day ever) are showing new work that is "exploring intimacy through technology and how it allows us to entertain and communicate, as well as create digital debris. Featuring 12 works by 8 artists that range from video to radio, painting and drawing to sculpture." We're already down, but in case you're not sold here's a bunch of stuff you could pretend Jamiroquai is singing from the Cinders Gallery website:
"Gone completely virtual. When happy, call it digital bliss. When sick, blame hackers; run anti-virus programs. If it's viral, buy it with invisible credits. Lives are lived on chips/even the chips are somewhere else, in some mountain of hardware out west. Broken harddrives are eulogized, summer is a series of fun 0s and 1s, bathing suits are pop-up windows, pop-up windows need windex. Google us, facebook us, technorati us, aim us, spyware us, digg us, goatse.cx us, meme us, spotify us. Youtube nights. Cybersquatters rights. Digital debris. Futures made of virtual insanity now always seem to be governed by this love we have for useless twisting our new technology oh now there is no sound for we all live underground." Full flyer after the jump.