A day in the life of a mail room worker. This project is a comment on acceptance. It illustrates the unending optimism of one man in a surreal version of a run-of-the-mill job. The impossibility of his work (given the unlikely post he receives to handle in the mail room) is counterbalanced by his commentary. His work is therefore normalised by his outlook. 1 Lunch “I’ve been working in the mail room since ’68. It’s interesting work. I’m lucky to have this job. Today for example, I forgot my lunch, but it didn’t matter as my wife posted it in time.” 2...
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