Elly Clarke (aka #Sergina) (b. 1976, London) is a performer, photographer and curator interested in the relationship of the physical world with the digital one we increasingly occupy. #Sergina is Clarke’s multi-bodied, gender-ambiguous, border-straddling drag princess who, in singular and plural format, online and offline, sings and performs songs about love, sex and loneliness with her mobile phone always in her hand. Her identity is up for grabs, transferable and viral. In this format, worn on many different bodies, #Sergina has performed at The Lowry Centre; Marlborough Theatre, Brighton; G12 Hub and Kulturni Centar GRAD in Belgrade; The Island, Bristol; The Club, Monster Ronson’s Ichiban Kareoke and Silver Future in Berlin; Birmingham Open Media; Secret Project Robot Art Experiment, Brooklyn; Home Manchester and the Academy of Fine Arts Munich. The songs are often written collaboratively.