Scapes: What A Sculpture Park Sounds Like
You know when you go to a museum and they have those headsets for rent? You put them on, and you get some little pre-recorded audio tour. Through Nov. 14, the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park in Lincoln is offering something a bit more 21st century.
The park consists of 35 acres of grassy hills and trees, with about 70 modern and contemporary sculptures. In this story that we originally aired in July, Radio Boston’s Adam Ragusea brings his iPhone and checks out a new, real-time audio companion: Halsey Burgund’s “Scapes.”
Note: Halsey Burgund will be at the DeCordova on Sat. Oct. 16 at 3 p.m. to talk about his work.
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