Live performance art takes on an entirely new meaning with La Soupe Dangereuse, an inventive, ambient sound design that captures interactive art through video, music, performance, and kinetic sculpture. Andrew Dyck and Chap Feller lead a team of 16 multimedia artists, known as the Artificialists, who incorporate narratives into live performances. They’ll be at Tivoli Gardens on Upper King for an interactive event to kick start a multiphased project with the ultimate goal of taking the show to Atlanta. The art studio will be transformed into a “playground of interactive kinetic sculptures,” aimed at encouraging crowd participation. Don’t be surprised if you end up spinning ribbon wands or riding mechanical peacocks before the show. From video to time-lapse photography, there will be projects galore to get you going.