Arturo Vidich

Performing Arts, 2013

Arturo Vidich's projects bridge various media, including written works, performance, sculpture, illustration, video, and sound. Improvisation is the root of his daily artistic practice. Exploring themes of family, technology, natural sciences, and human-animal relationships, Vidich probes the everyday demands of the here-and-now through the lens of Sci-Fi and Fantasy. Since 2003, Vidich's performances and artworks have been presented by venues and residencies in New York, nationally, and internationally. 


Awards and Accomplishments

2017: Vidich and family participated in Artists With Families beta residency (Aunt Karen's Farm, Mt. Vision, NY) for one week in August.

2016: Vidich and family participated in the Home Away Residency (Some Serious Business, Abiquiu, NM) for two weeks in July


Vidich exhibited videos, relics, and sculptures from two major works created for Abrons Arts Center. Main Gallery, Abrons Arts Center.


Vidich received a Suitcase Fund grant to perform and conduct field research in Moscow, Russia.


Vidich receives commission and residency from Abrons Arts Center, with additional support from The Jerome Foundation


Vidich's The Daedalus Effect and other dilemmas is presented by New York Live Arts at The Invisible Dog, NYC


Vidich is mentioned in the New York Times dance review for Yvonne Meier's Pink Pony.


Vidich receives a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Choreography.