Fauna Futura integrates dance, theatre, circus and visual arts. Ranging between a narrative and an abstract register, the performance describes an hypothetical future on Earth, inhabited by a female tribe. In result of a reckless, production-based model of society, our planet has in fact become an unwelcoming place for any living being. To overcome these environmental conditions, humans slowly evolve into a new species and naturally develop genetic mutations that make them similar to plants. Mutations are more successful in women; men are on the verge of extinction.
Project selected within the Citofonare PimOff 20/21 call
choreography Yotam Peled
dancers Hemda Ben Zvi, Amie-Blaire Chartier, Marie Hanna Klemm, Nitzan Moshe und Erin O'Reilly
music Nicolas Fehr
costume and set designer Moran Sanderovich
dramaturgy Valentin Vincent Braun
production manager Sofia Fantuzzi
communication & management Laia Montoya / TINA Agency
The project is co-produced by TanzLabor Ulm, supported by Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media, the Israeli Embassy in Italy, as well as in a funded residency by PimOff Milan.
Yotam Peled was born in the north of Israel, in Kibbutz Beit-Keshet, in 2015 he moved to Berlin. Here he starts working as an interpreter for various companies and creates his first choreographies. With Boys Don't Cry he receives many awards and recognitions. With Entropia he is selected for THINK BIG, a collaboration between the Hanover Opera and TANZtheater, and with Alpha he participates in the TalentLAB platform of the Grand Theater of Luxembourg, under the mentoring of Hofesh Shechter. In 2019 he is resident choreographer in the Skopje dancetheater and in 2020 he works for the Frontier Danceland in Singapore.