Hack Me Baby
a large formate film installation, original version in German, Farsi, Cantonese, Twi, Vietnamese, Netherlands, Spanish and English HACK ME BABY is a large formate film installation created by the german-italian artistic duo TÒ SU together with young experts from Hamburg. For a year now school classrooms have been a risk zone and for just as long students have been performing invisibility as a real life test. How do they experience the ambivalence of isolation in digital spaces in pandemic times? The team surrounding the artists/filmmakers Martina Mahlknecht and Martin Prinoth playfully explore how to undermine attention economy of social networks, what solidarity can look like beyond hashtags, retweets and excessive self-representation and why these technologies are so captivating. Based on interviews and documenting research a cinematic and theatrical translation emerges in between documentary approach and performed aggravation together with the young people. Let the hacking begin!
With performer: Puja Abbassi, Oskar Chodzinski, Jancis Chung, Joshua Debrah, Curly Sue Nyga, Robbe Parplies, Mai Linh Pham Duc, Marla Toussaint and Hacking Experte Jan Gierlich, Chaos Computer Club Hamburg
- Director Martina Mahlknecht, Martin Prinoth