"In the residency we will explore the phenomenology of human relationship. Our needs to be heard, touched and communicate with each other. Through endless attempts, we eventually confront with our loneliness that exists in our mind and consciousness.
Through working with objects, puppets, texts and movement we will seek to create short stories and narratives that reveal a truth of human existence.
The stories show the essential humanity of the characters and relate to the issues of life, existence and the quest for happiness.
The research will attempt to demonstrate the day to day activities of the characters together with their fantasies and dreams through which reflect their greatest fears and desires."
Ella Rothschild was born in Israel in 1984. Rothschild is a choreographer, multi-disciplinary artist, and a dancer. Rothschild has danced with Inbal Pinto and Avshalom Pollak Dance Company, and Batsheva Dance Company under the artistic direction of Ohad Naharin. Currently, Rothschild is dancing for Crystal Pite/Kidd Pivot.
Since 2010, Rothschild has been creating her own works in collaboration with various artists from different disciplines. Rothschild received the Rosenblum Performing-Arts Award by the city of Tel-Aviv for promising creator of 2016, as well as the ministry cultural award. In 2017 she received the Israeli Ministry of Culture Award for the best solo performer.Her works include: Acord, 12 Postdated Checks, Judah, Jesus with Soy, Sal, Flood, Dood, and IMO the mouth is redundant. In 2018, Rothschild created Feed for Cia Eliane Fetzer De Danca Contemporanea (Brazil) and Timeline for Balletto Teatro Di Torino dance company (Italy). In 2019 Rothschild's latest production, Futuristic Space, premiered and opened the festival dance, dance, dance Yokohama 2019, Japan.
In 2020 Ella received a residency at Baryshnikov art center (NYC) and was named an artist in residence in the Suzanne Dellal Centre’s inaugural residency program where she created her new work Pigulim. At the same year Ella collaborated with the director Kenichi Tani in a new Japanese production The History Of Humankind for the Kanagawa Arts Theatre. This year Ella created Summer snow, a new creation and the first chapter in a trilogy of artworks for the Batsheva Dance Company.