A collaboration with the artist Nivi Alroy. Flood is a multidisciplinary solo piece. Premiered at Intimadance festival 2016, Tel-Aviv,
and in a site specific event in Kelim | Choreography Center.


Flood reveals the story of an individual who survived the day after a big disaster, when there’s almost no remains from the world she knew before. Flood displays a visual picture that allows a moment to reflect on a new, lonely reality. The audience can ponder about a possibility of finding themselves in this reality. The show creates a connection between the visual fantasy of “the end” and the fear from this moment. The creation seeks for a direct link between our behavior and our habits to the extreme changes in our environment.
The connection between the two artistic languages of Nivi Alroy and Ella Rothschild creates a  dark world that reveals a tragic truth.

The process ella-rothschild-flood

From the press

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Creators: Ella Rothschild, Nivi Alroy
Choreography and performance: Ella Rothschild
Video,objects, drawing and set: Nivi Alroy
Music: Matan Daskal
Costume design: Michal Hidas
Light design: Omer Sheizaf
Photos: Gadi Dagon / Yuval Hidas
Video maping: Yaara Nirel
Postcards: Yoav Barel / Yuval Hidas
Art: Zohar Shoef

The work was made within the residency program of kelim | choreography center 2016
Supported by: Arts Department of, Department of Culture, Municipality of Tel Aviv-Jaffa Rabinovich Foundation for the Arts Tel Aviv, Kelim center, Tmuna theater and Asylum Arts.