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Ilya Vidrin

Ilya Vidrin
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Northeastern University

Fellow in Research Area 2: "Travelling Matters", December 2023

Dr. Ilya Vidrin is Assistant Professor of Creative Practice Research and core faculty at the Institute for Experiential Robotics at Northeastern University (Boston, USA). Born into a refugee family in the United States, Ilya’s work engages with and investigates ethics of interaction, including the embodiment of care, trust, cultural competence and social responsibility. As an interdisciplinary research-practitioner, Ilya’s research draws on concepts and methods in social epistemology, performance philosophy, ethics of care and cognitive psychology. Ilya has been featured as one of Dance Magazine’s "25 to Watch" (2022) with close collaborator Jessi Stegall, and has been an artist-in-residence at the BallettxSchwerin (Germany), MIT Media Lab, Harvard ArtLab, L.A. Contemporary Dance Company, North Atlantic Ballet, Ballet Des Moines, Jacob’s Pillow, the National Parks Service, The Walnut Hill School, Interlochen Arts Academy, Boston Center for the Arts, Le Laboratoire, Museum of Fine Arts (Boston) and New Museum (NYC).

Research project at EXC Temporal Communities:

Partnering Taxonomies: An Ethics of Physical Interaction