If you like art that's predictable, don't go to Wild Goose Creative on Friday.

If you like art that's predictable, don't go to Wild Goose Creative on Friday.

Dancer CoCo Loupe and OSU math student Robin Baidya have teamed up to create a technologically inventive and interactive performance installation called "ctrl+shift+" as part of Fuse Factory's Frequency Fridays series. The improvised event involves so many simultaneous aspects - dance, video, audience interaction, sound produced using computations - that I had to draw a diagram for myself just to understand how it all fits together.

The idea for "ctrl+shift+" stemmed from a previous performance by Loupe where she updated and projected her Facebook status while on stage.

"We just put this wild idea together out of the remnants of the dance that had already been made and Robin's mathematical interests," Loupe said. "We dreamed big about what we could do."

They plan to do a great deal. The audience will see dancers improvising on stage, and a camera will record the dance and project it on a screen. Observers will sit at computers nearby, writing about what they see in a chat room projected on a second screen. Another camera will capture the dancers' movements, and Baidya will use computations to turn that data into sound and undulating arcs projected onto a third screen.

"We don't know how it's going to go," Baidya said. No matter how it turns out, there will certainly be a lot to take in.