Sounds from the Ferryman’s Hut

Brisbane-based experimental music duo Voltfruit take over the Ferryman’s Hut in Teneriffe to combine field recordings, found objects, musical instruments and electronics to create a series of sonic activations.

Exploring the urban and natural sound environment of the hut and its surrounds at different times of the day, they invite keen listeners and soundmakers to join them in their discovery of the space.


5 – 18 April, 2021


Ferryman’s Hut



Voltfruit is violinist Flora Wong (Nonsemble, Tango Enigmático, Dots+Loops) and saxophonist/composer Luke Cuerel (Luke Cuerel Orchestra, Polymer, Pigeon). Drawing on their experience in classical, jazz, contemporary, improvisatory and experimental music, they create and interrogate sonic environments in an exploration of places and the people that interact with them.


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