Idàn Sagiv Richter plays with performance, dance, music and film, trying to figure out what material are connections made of. They practice “unlearning” as means of healing and self-empowerment for individuals, communities and spaces, working from a critical, radical perspective around counter-sexuality, polyamory and open relationships, queer and gender matters, sex work, QPOC and social justice issues.
Important projects / Exhibitions:
Artist, coach and activist, Idàn directed the performance group project Connection Ensemble aimed at inner and outer social change, facilitated workshops in Germany and abroad, lead successful social-change campaigns such as Cut Homophobia, the Israeli TV campaign against LGBT-phobia, co-directed the film l’AMORE E BASTA that was screened at the Venice Biennale, organised the Berlin Dancing for Freedom project, was the singer of the queer-empowering, gender-bending band Peanut Envy that also made the post-porn short Hello, Titty! and performed in Liad Hussein Kantorowicz’s Terrorist Superstars among other things. Idàn is currently editing a video installation called Farewell Home and otherwise creates, explores and improvises in Berlin.