Prof. Jason Crest

Prof Jason Crest was contacted by representatives of the LedaTape Organisation after appropriating material from the Ecclesfield Office co-ordinator Simon Strong. Crest and Strong went on to collaborate on an experimental linguistic project that led to the development of ‘#579’, the computer program that generated the novel ‘Rape vs. Murder’. A fictionalised account of the events surrounding the conception and development of that novel had been described in Crest’s previous work “66mindfuck99”.

Prof. Crest repudiates the concept of the individual as a reactionary conceit. He will not discuss any aspects of his personal life (including his academic credentials) nor sanction photography. His works are only made available to selected individuals for purposes of research.

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