Alexander Clarke is a qualified philosophy and ethics teacher who predominantly explores Daoist, Buddhist, and absurdist concepts through his works. Influenced by correlational thinking, he uses imagery and dialogue to investigate the interplay between the subjects, such as ‘You’ and ‘I’.
Can you help Garry survive his terrible night out? Featured in RoundLemon's digital media exhibition 'Worm'. A digital short story that explores the relationship between reader, work and author by using interactive fiction. The reader is invited to choose what the protagonist will do next, the digital narrative changes depending on what path is taken. There are three main plot lines to follow. The work aims to be humourous, though also explores the dynamic between perceived differences of genders, whether the police function in an efficient manner and the safety of sex in club culture.
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