Lark has taken and collected instant photographs for years. It used to be important to him, that he had these tokens. Solid memory. He’s not sure he wants to remember anymore. Lark remembers anyway. When a new friend asks about his photo collection, Lark tries to explain himself, assembling a story from the fragments he’s captured.
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fiction + theatre + digital storytelling • a pile of books on fire • a broken computer • an orphic menswear mannequin • they/them • writes The End + The Instant
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