Eyebeam Mixer Underground

I'm planning tomorrow night to attend the Mixer Underground at Eyebeam, the very cool "art and technology center" over in Chelsea:

From sewer-dwelling alligators to underground shantytowns and smuggling tunnels; man-eating rats to illegal warehouse parties; New York City's “underground”—mythical and actual—pulses just below the City's radar. On Saturday, November 8, Eyebeam—the upstart of unconventional creativity and boundary-defying art and tech experimentation—will present the latest iteration of its quarterly live performance party: MIXER Underground, which will feature a 5000−foot maze and 30 performers.

I'm afraid to say that I haven't been over there since I helped out (in a small way) Marie Sester with her very cool Access project some years ago.