The performance took place over Three Acts and was able to accomodate 9 Participants in the Zoom Room at any one time. Data from Voyeurs (on YouTube) and from Participants (on Zoom) Was Gathered With Consent via a questionnaire - and analysed.
#Sergina was embodied by Elly Clarke (in London) and Vladimir Bjeličić (in Belgrade) - with whom Clarke has been collaborating since 2015. #Sergina's Stimulatingly Sexy Simulation of #Security was played by Roux Malherbe.
Elly Clarke is an artist interested in the role, performance, value as well as the perceived burden (‘the drag’) of being and having a physical body in a digitally mediated world. She explores this through video, photography, music, writing & community-based projects. And through #Sergina – a border-straddling, multi-bodied drag queen who, across one body and several, sings and performs songs, dance and lectures online and offline about love, lust and loneliness in the mesh of hyper-dis/connection. Some songs make it onto records released by Berlin-based record label Wicked Hag. Some performances are participatory. Clarke is a second year Chase DTP funded PhD researcher in Art at Goldsmiths and has exhibited work at at venues that include The Lowry, Salford Quays; Franklin Furnace, New York; Kiasma, Helsinki; Milton Keynes Gallery; Galerie Wedding, Berlin and ONCA, Brighton.