Did you see any of those recent interactive Van Gogh spectacles? This is that kind of immersive, digital art piece—but done by less famous, contemporary artists. Shows, which change every three months or so, are held in the 6,000-square-foot former boiler room of Chelsea Market, and range from mesmerizing, thought-provoking works, to ones that are inscrutable and dizzying (the movement of the images makes some viewers queasy). Since you never know what the quality of the current show will be, I’d suggest going after 4pm or on the weekends—the bar is open then, and that usually improves the experience.