Ilya Vidrin: All the things You Do Issues, No Make a difference What You Do
New York, NY 10002
New Museum Presents the 2022 Artist Residency: “Ilya Vidrin: All the things You Do Matters, No Matter What You Do” With Participatory Workshops in July and Globe Premiere of New Stay General performance Work in September 2022.
The New Museum Department of Schooling and General public Engagement provides “Ilya Vidrin: All the things You Do Matters, No Matter What You Do,” the Museum’s 2022 summertime artist residency. Foregrounding the Museum’s yr-spherical commitment to modern artwork and expansion by way of inquiry, the New Museum Artist Residency supports an artist or collective every single year to develop and present efficiency, participatory, or time-based mostly artwork engaged in questioning, understanding, and doing the job toward a superior modern society.
For the 2022 New Museum Artist Residency, motion artist and researcher Ilya Vidrin investigates the strategy of partnering and the labor of bodily treatment by way of public programs which include discussions, performances, and a sequence of experimental workshops getting spot from June by means of September 2022.
Operating at the intersection of doing arts, philosophy, and interactive media, Vidrin collaborates with qualified and untrained dancers to explore the choices of local community- and care-oriented—rather than personal- and outcomes-oriented—dance and movement.
Though most tutorial discourse close to somatic (or bodily) information, therapy, motion, and meditation heart the person physical expertise, Vidrin’s exploration considers the social possible for a far more bodily understanding of community care, focusing on the techniques we go by way of and acquire up place with others.
Generating scores for iterative, personal motion, Vidrin nurtures situations for companions to lookup inside of by themselves, 1 yet another, and in their shared connections to interrogate how significant relations are knowledgeable. Companions co-create and co-discover bodily knowledge, and in the course of action make new approaches of currently being in space together. Alternatively than holding in step with performance-oriented price techniques, Vidrin’s eyesight of “Somatic Partnering”rejects the normal standards of physical experience. In this redefinition, usual expectations of excellence in movement—particular athleticism, rhythmic alignment, or visual traces, for example—are transformed into embodied procedures that cultivate and sustain mutual help.
Throughout workshops, conversations, and performances with skilled and untrained dancers, Vidrin’s residency will discover the likelihood of speaking factors of embodied believe in, empathy, consent, and company in partnering research. The 1st of these discussions, held on June 9 at the New Museum, explored Somatic Partnering, a bodily procedure that provides deep attention to language, overall health, and care within and involving individuals.
That dialogue in between Vidrin and guest panelists Bonnie Wong, director of the Neuropsychology Plan in the Frontotemporal Diseases Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital Mario Alberto Zambrano, Associate Director of Dance at The Juilliard University and Hyperion Çaca Yvaire, the Terran Shield and Community Conservation Co-Director for the Northeast Farmers of Colour Land Believe in (NEFOC), is now readily available to check out on-line right here.
“Ilya Vidrin: Everything You Do Issues, No Matter What You Do,” the 2022 New Museum Artist Residency program, is organized by Andrew Westover, Keith Haring Director of Instruction and Community Engagement, and Emily Mello, previous Senior Affiliate Director of Schooling.
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Somatic Partnering Workshop
Friday, July 15, 2 p.m.
This two-hour workshop features a platform to explore the roots of actual physical interaction in a planet increasingly disconnected from the overall body. Through guided physical observe, shared reflection, and facilitated dialogue, participants will blend the follow of dancing together with concerns created to problem and boost conversation. The unique solution includes workout routines to engage with refined aspects of relational movement, which include contact, proximity, and mutual gaze. No prior dance practical experience is essential, all bodies and actual physical capabilities welcome. This system has limited ability RSVP is demanded.
Friday, September 9, 7 p.m.
Saturday, September 10, 4 p.m.
Saturday, September 10, 7 p.m.
The world premiere of Tikkun, a overall performance investigating social accountability and communal care, represents the end result of the 2022 New Museum Artist Residency “Ilya Vidrin: Anything You Do Matters, No Subject What You Do,” with 3 performances on September 9 and 10, 2022.
The program title Tikkun references Vidrin’s Jewish heritage, critically examining the theological idea of tikkun olam [repairing the world]. This do the job draws on thoughts of obligation, agency, and consent. With each other, 6 performers manipulate gestural loops and layers to explore an emergent logic of care through shared motion. Tikkun‘s soundscape attributes symphonic fragments paired with managed, modular experiments that offer possibilities for mutual listening and co-creative responses. Vidrin will perform with collaborators Eric Seligman (trumpet, vocals, electronics), Mel Hsu (cello, vocals, electronics), and motion artists Jessi Stegall, Cameron Surh, and Niki Farahani.
This system has minimal capacity RSVP is required.
©2022 New Museum, Ilya Vidrin
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