Fauna Futura takes us into a space that is engulfed by nature. It is a ritual of transformation, a journey of five into their own bodies as into the body of the land.

A landscape in constant motion asks them to forget, to submit, to become. They travel together like roots and branches, expanding, climbing in different directions, to pass by osmosis into a new being, the animal of the future.

Yotam Peled & The Free Radicals deconstruct mythology and explore the evolution of humanity into a new species. They create an archive of extinct organisms and lost techniques that contrast with our role as destroyers of the planet. The performance integrates forms of the new circus into dance, hyper(sur)realistic images, objects and costumes to create a unique universe.

Dance Performance

Yotam Peled & The Free Radicals

Concept & Choreography by Yotam Peled (Israel) | Collaborating Performers: Erin O’Reilly (USA), Marie Hanna Klemm (Germany), Hemda Ben-Zvi (Israel), Amie-Blaire Chartier (Canada) & Wibke Storkan (Germany) / Nitzan Moshe (Israel) | Dramaturgy by Valentin Braun (Germany) | Scenography, Costume & Object Design by Moran Sanderovich (Israel) | Sound Design & Composition by Nicolas Fehr (Germany) | Lighting Design by Hanna Kritten Tangsoo (Estonia) | Production Management by Sofia Fantuzzi (Italy) | Tour & Project Management by Laia Montoya/TINA Agency (Spain) | Photography and Video by Valentin Braun (Germany)

Co-produced by TanzLabor Ulm and EISFABRIK Hannover, supported by Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media, Niedersächsische Lotto-Sport-Stiftung, Landeshauptstadt Hannover, the Israeli Embassy in Italy and through a residency at PimOff Milan