“A joyous celebration of the pagan roots of man, reinterpreted through the prism of modern technology…linking the folklore of Scrat Rut (an old German hobgoblin figure) to the work of the
18th century inventor Volta, via the traditional Maypole dance; en route, making observations
about the human ‘electricity’ that is generated by human energy (particularly sexual energy).”
‐‐Ed Pinsent, The Sound Projector (UK)

ON From Ark to Microchip | June 12, 2013 | 6:30 pm

Scrat

“A joyous celebration of the pagan roots of man, reinterpreted through the prism of modern technology…linking the folklore of Scrat Rut (an old German hobgoblin figure) to the work of the
18th century inventor Volta, via the traditional Maypole dance; en route, making observations
about the human ‘electricity’ that is generated by human energy (particularly sexual energy).”
‐‐Ed Pinsent, The Sound Projector (UK)

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