Famehungry

Famehungry

Spill Think Tank, Ipswich

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For the past year, award-winning performance artist and famehungry millennial, Louise Orwin, has been working with Gen Z TikToker, Jax Valentine.

Louise and Jax are both artists who typically work in different forms: one of them likes to be in front of audiences IRL (‘in real life’), and the other likes to be in front of audiences online. Together they have been making a show about fame, the attention economy, and the sneaking suspicion that social media is distracting us from the apocalypse.

For this special event hosted by SPILL, Louise presents the premiere of FAMEHUNGRY: The Film, a short film uncovering the process of making the show, and her journey down the rabbit hole of becoming a content creator – before the live show premieres later this year.

The screening will be followed by a talk around Louise’s work and discoveries while making Famehungry.

Louise Orwin is an award-winning artist working across text, video and performance. She’s toured the UK and internationally, receiving global critical acclaim and multiple nominations and awards.

She makes research-driven projects, participatory projects that ask what it means to identify as a queer femme in a fast-moving, media-saturated world that prizes patriarchal, heteronormative narratives. Louise’s work is cinematic, provocative, intimate, and generally filled with a heady dose of pop culture.

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