Two shows are opening at the Henry's big party tonight: Panoptos, a gallery stuffed with art from the collection that you can zoom in on using a joystick that controls a giant mechanical arm, by Seattle trio SuttonBeresCuller; and the group show Image Transfer: Pictures in a Remix Culture. Both of them take in smart, good-humored stride the condition of visual saturation. In Lisa Oppenheim's The Sun Is Always Setting Somewhere Else, she holds a postcard sunrise up to the one in front of her, no longer bothering to wonder which is better. (Henry Art Gallery, 4100 15th Ave NE, www, 6–10 pm, $12)