Whether assuming the voice of a batty old lady hearing voices from
her plug sockets or that of an agent representing an avant-garde
artist with designs on Nelson's Column, Guy Piran set out to see
just how seriously he could be taken by the great, the good and the
middle managers of the nation. Putting more than a toe into the
realm of the absurd, both the automaton responses to the plainly
bizarre and the replies that enter into Piran's weird worlds are
sure to have you reading again and again.Guy Piran wrote two
thousand letters over a period of one year. It became an obsession.
When he completed the 2,000th letter he set out across East Sussex
with two friends and a van, and posted them in every pillar box and
post office he could find. Then he sat back and waited for the
replies...the result is Spoof.
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