Chrisander Brun, light design
Chrisander works as set designer, light designer and photographer. He has lived in Stockholm for several years and graduated from Dramatiska Institutet in 2010. He has done set design and light design for a wide range of dance and theatre performances in all of Scandinavia and has been presented at several performing arts festivals in Europe. He has worked with artists such as Halla Ólafsdóttir, Amanda Apetrea, Nadja Hjorton, Dorte Olesen, Ludvig Daae, mychoreography, Tatu Hämäläinen, TOYBOYS, TO-EN Butoh Company, Martin Forsberg , Stina Nyberg in addition to Ina Christel Johannessen. He has done light design for zero visibility corp. on two occations so far, the latest one in 2015.
He has also worked for theatres such as Rogaland Teater, Kungliga Dramaten, Riksteateret, Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Skånes Dansteater, Blackbox teater, Dansens Hus (Oslo), Dansens Hus (Stockholm), Carte Blanche, Cullbergballetten and the National Theatre in Oslo.
Kristin Torp, set and costume design
Kristin is working both in the field of visual art, sculpture, digital “fun”, stage design and costumes. She has been presented in several national galleries with both separate and collective exhibitions and embellishments / decorations in mission for cruise ships.
For theatre and dance she has created stage design for amongst others Lillith Theater, Cecilie Løveid, Erling Kittelsen, Scirocco, Det Norske Teatret, Nationaltheatret, Den Norske Opera og Ballett, Carte Blanche as well as for zero visibility corp. Kristin and Ina have had a close collaboration since Ina started her choreographic career, approximately 27 years ago.
Kyrre Heldal Karlsen, light design
Kyrre Heldal Karlsen create lights, scenography and video work for arts installations, large scale concerts, theatre dance performances and festivals. He has filled the largest cathedral in norway with silhouettes of crows and toured Europe with the art-metal project KILLL, he´s created new stories in the narrative paintings in Oslo City Hall and created spaces for norwegian and foreign dance companies through his lights and scenographies.
By using architecture as a starting point for his lighting designs regardless if he´s working in cathedrals, the Oslo City Hall, Berlin nightclubs or a generic black box, he uses lights and other spacial techniques in sensitive interplay with the existing architecture to create new social settings. The audience is invited to go into dialogue with the space in ways that open up to new scenic experiences that literally pushes the audience out of the role of the spectator and into being an active participant in the situation.
Over the last year he has cooperated with amongst others the following artists: Montee, Ola Kvernberg, Stian Westerhus, Truls, Susanne Sundfør and Maya Vik. In the performing arts he has done cooperations with the Cullberg Ballet, Inbal Pinto and Avshalom Pollack, Zero Visibility Corp, Vegard Vinge and Ida Müller, and the visual artists Goro Tronsmo, Crispin Gurholt and Jenny Hval.
Kyrre has been an important artist in ZVC since his first performance for the company in 2006.
Marcus Fjellström, composer
Born in Sweden in 1979, Marcus Fjellström is a composer and multimedia artist. His work ranges from the purely orchestral through electronic music and audiovisual work. He has worked with the Swedish Royal Ballet, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and Sinfonietta Cracovia, as well as numerous other orchestras, ensembles and soloists, independent record labels, artists and filmmakers.
He has written several audiovisual works involving classical instrumentation, including "Lichtspiel Mutation 1" for Sinfonietta Cracovia and the "Odboy & Erordog Suite" for The Peärls Before Swïne Exerience.
In his works, Fjellström often aims to combine opposites so that they don't contradict each other, but rather fuse into a natural, third element. There is often a challenging of the gap between "high" and "low" culture, of the naïve and the sophisticated, of good and bad taste.
Recent projects include the symphonic dance piece "AGAIN" in collaboration with choreographer Ina Christel Johannessen and NorrlandsOperan, "Alchemist Dances", a new piece for solo percussion, electronic music and video for percussionist Daniel Saur, and "Epilogue -M-", a new EP release including visual art by artist/designer Bas Mantel.
Morten Pettersen, sound design
Morten Pettersen is educated at Norsk Lydskole, and runs Lydlosjen in Oslo on a daily basis. Lydlosjen is a studio that has special expertize within the field of performing arts. In addition to being a fully equipped sound studio, Lydlosjen also has long experience in creating sound design, as well as in facilitating and executing the complete technical aspect of a production.
He mainly works with composition of electro acoustic music and sound design for a wide range of performing arts formats.
Since 1991 he has worked as a sound designer for Ingun Bjørnsgaard Prosjekt, Verdensteatret, Karen Foss Quiet Works, Carte Blanche and Toyboys among others. In addition, he has delivered sound design for Teater Ibsen, Trøndelag Teater and Riksteatret. Morten has been part of zero visibility corp. since 2006.
Tommy Jansen, composer/musician
Tommy Jansen aka Elegi, a man who besides crafting effortlessly mysterious Lynchian soundscapes takes time out of his everyday life to go wreck-diving.
Jansen is an experienced studio engineer and classically trained musician who has composed music for zero visibility corp. and who is also on stage as a noice musician in the performance AGAIN.