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Episode M7:
A Scavenger Hunt (The Met Residency Episode 7)

Published
Aug 07, 2017

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Show Notes

Nate DiMeo was the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Artist in Residence for 2016/2017. He produced eight pieces inspired by the collection and by the museum itself. This is the seventh episode of that residency.

This residency is made possible by the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Chester Dale Fund.

This episode is written and produced and stuff by Nate DiMeo with engineering assistance from Elizabeth Aubert. Its Executive Producer is Limor Tomer, General Manager Live Arts, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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  • The music in this piece was composed and performed by Mary Lattimore.

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3 Comments on A Scavenger Hunt (The Met Residency Episode 7)

  1. Bonnie Karpay says:

    What a treat this was, Nick! I have no quarrel with any of your episodes, as they all leave my heart a little brighter. This piece was especially playful and let me think how fun it would be to take in an exhibit with you and enjoy it from your eyes. Your narration and still my freedom to choose what to focus on.

    I especially enjoyed the happy coincidence that I listened to this episode on Aug 8 (8-8) which is Infinity Day. A day made to celebrate Art, Philosophy, Science and Life. Well played, indeed.

    Thank you. For this episode and for your entire podcast.

  2. Cosetta Bosi says:

    Despite your warning that this episode would not be at its best away from the museum, I must disagree. As I listened from the other side of the world, in the wintertime here, I found my imagination’s own journey through your sound poem completely transfixing! Not ‘seeing’ what you were describing took my experience to a whole other level. And Mary Lattimore’s music was integral to that. Thank you!

  3. Cosetta Bosi says:

    P.S. And I just loved the notion of picking up an object on display and squirreling it away in my virtual pocket – if only all museum and gallery audio tours were so compelling!