ResisTanz / 2021 / 2022

ResisTanz is a participatory dance project that processes sexualised violence on women*/female read.

Sadly sexualised violence on women* is still a current and all affecting topic. Many women* don´t experience justice – neither through their direct environment nor through the judicial system.

ResisTanz aims self-empowerment through the artistic expression of dance improvisation. Therefore we are working on dance videos as an art product that handles experiences of sexualised violence.

The very individual body memory of each participating women* in the context of this group of themes gets expressed by her dance improvisation.

Her dance, her choice of space and a created soundscape are creating her personal transformation space – a so called soulspace – in form of a short video.

We are a group of one dancer, two musicians and one graphic designer whos aim is to enhance communication, consciousness and self-empowerment concerning sexualised violence on women*. We hope to encourage each other to keep on moving.

The third video of ResisTanz is out now!

3rd video of ResisTanz 2022

8th ofJuly

watch cemento below!

2nd video of ResisTanz 2022

10th of May

watch kindheitsort below!

International women´s day 2022 first video publishing of ResisTanz 2022!

watch nullpunkt below

We are actually doing a crowdfunding campaign to compensate all participating artists for each video and to pay the prints of the ResisTanz posters and stickers. We don´t get any funding for this project. So we would be very thankful for any amount of financial support to this project!

The first three ResisTanz videos tümpel im auwald, hektar and aire were published in December 2021 as a starting point to the long term project in 2022:

If you want to participate or get further information contact: ResisTanz(at)

ResisTanz 2021 was financially supportet by StuRa HMT and Studierendenwerk Leipzig Kulturförderung

D21/LAB: Kein Ort, sondern ein Zustand - D21 Kunstraum Leipzig

ResisTanz cooperates with:

Pöge-Haus Leipzig


terre des femmes

poster and flyer by Giulia Cabassi

sounddesign by Léo Marchand & Lise Sutter