Part of “Spy on Me #4”

AppGameDigital Art

German /  approx. 90 mins.

Photo of a right hand holding a smartphnoe. The start image of the “Loulu” app can be seen on the display. The hand rests on a wooden table.
Merging of two photographs. On the left is a photograph of a smartphone showing part of a chat conversation between two people entitled “Against Evil”. On the right is a photograph of a woman in a field. Her back is to the camera. Her face can be seen in profile. Both photographs are connected with a pink icon. This shows a pictogram of a closed eye.

The successful influencer Frida becomes the victim of a shitstorm on the social network Vire. Searching for help, she turns to the players who quickly find out that this shitstorm did not happen randomly; it was planned and carried out by a radical right-wing network that uses skilled digital media strategies to permanently influence the social discourse on topics such as feminism, gender, LGBTIQ+ visibility and diversity to bring about racist and sexist policies. The lifestyle influencer Loulou becomes particularly conspicuous here as she reflects sadly on becoming a mother, the fast pace of society and the topic of home. What connections are there between Loulu and the network that is attacking Frida so savagely? Together with Frida and with the help of the internet specialist Robin, the players set off on the search for the strategy manual of the radical right-wing “movement” and slip deeper and deeper into the core of the network…

This first project between and HAU Hebbel am Ufer is a free smartphone app that invites the players to take part in an interactive fiction. The single player game makes manipulation tactics and attempts to shift the discourse by “new right-wing” networks tangible and demonstrates that social platforms on the internet can be the perfect breeding ground for targeted radicalization.

Recommended for people aged 18 and over


Concept, dramaturgy, direction: Kathi Kraft, Toni Minge, Luzia Oppermann, Caspar Weimann / Design and game development: minge+schmidt / Performance: Luzia Oppermann (Loulu), Katrija Lehmann (Frida), Maxi Thienen (der.Valentino), Alina Hidic (fit_girl), Otiti Engelhardt (BayernLiebevonJana), Lily Josephin Frank (B*tch of the East), Vivi Gutheinz (makeup.with.lisa), Kim Patrick Biele (CatMe1995) / Performance: Sarah Palarczyk and David Krzysteczko (SweeTLove), Dominik Tippelt (Johann.Gronheimer), Mona Georgia Müller (LenaMusic), Jacqueline Marcel Gisdol (DonSeduction) and many more / Dramaturgy (HAU Hebbel am Ufer): Sarah Reimann / Feedback and Playtesting: Jasmin Degeling, Sarah Fartuun Heinze, Mick Prinz (Amadeu Antonio Stiftung: Good Gaming – Well Played Democracy), Marie Kristin Rodewald (Universität Hamburg), Arne Vogelgesang (internil) u.a.


  • Past
    Tue 15.6.2021, 20:00 / HAU4
    Fri 30.9.2022, 18:00 / HAU2
    Sat 1.10.2022, 18:00 / HAU2
To the event on HAU4


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The group invites you to play the single-player game together at HAU2 on September 30 and October 1.


Production: & HAU Hebbel am Ufer. Funded by: Kulturstiftung des Bundes in the framework of Programme for Digital Interaction.


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