Anna Elise Sørdal Klungre
Anna Klungre is a vocalist, pianist and composer currently based in Stavanger. She completed her bachelor’s degree in jazz vocals in 2020 and has since been working freelance as a musician and composer. In her music she explores the voice as an instrument and plays around with different ways of using the voice, both in composed and improvised music.
Viljar Irtun Moe
Viljar Irtun Moe (1997) is a dance artist based in Stavanger. He is currently creating and performing work in Norway and Denmark. His practice focuses on contemporary dance, floor work, partnering and contact improvisation. His art combines strong physicality with a focus on presence and personal expression from a queer perspective. He is passionate about creating art that is accessible to a broad audience and is especially interested in interdisciplinary collaborations.
Viljar holds a bachelors degree in dance from the University of Stavanger and a Certificate of Higher Education in dance from Trinity Laban Conservatoire.
Børre Isac L'orange
Børre Isac L’orange is a juggler currently based in Stavanger. He has juggled since 2010 and worked as a professional juggler since 2013. Through juggling he has performed at different circus festivals internationally and worked with many different circus artists with various circus disciplines. Børre Isac applies improvisation as a method to further develop his form of expression, his recent work with juggling is focused on how the individual person relates to the act of juggling.
Eduardo Scaramuzza is a Brazilian photographer, composer and percussionist, guided by the need to know new timbres, cultures, traditions and people. Based in Stavanger - Norway, Scaramuzza holds a MA in improvised Music and is one of the founders of KRA.
Eduardo has his artistic research based on multidisciplinarity and collaborative work. Currently, he is playing and creating with: Teșî , Orun, Kunstgrilen, and Mbirofonia Duo.
Haavard Hvidsten from Stavanger is a Norwegian artist and teacher with more than 20 years of experience juggling, focusing on technical and intricate ways of throwing and catching. Since 2008 he has worked professionally as an artist, and through his own company and Flaks, he has performed and given workshops at hundreds of events both locally, nationally and internationally. Haavard has been a part of DKS (Den Kulturelle Skolesekken) since 2018.
Haavard has a teacher education from NTNU and has worked as a regular teacher in a primary school, as a circus teacher in the cultural schools of Trondheim, Melhus and Karmøy, and as a guest teacher at AMoC circus school in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Julian Sæther juggled for 15 years before he moved to France in 2015 to pursue his career as a circus artist and juggler. In Paris he graduated from the circus university L’Academie Fratellini and holds a Bachelor in Circus and Theatre arts. After performing in various shows and acts all over the world he moved back to Norway in the fall of 2020 to take part in Flaks juggling group in Stavanger. Julian absolutely loves a challenge and is searching to learn new skills and collaborate with artists from all kinds of art forms.
Live Skullerud holds a BA in performative dance from the University of Stavanger, graduating in 2018. She is currently creating and performing with various independent projects of her own and by others, working amongst others with Hagit Yakira Dance and Panta Rei Danseteater. In 2020, Live was the first participator in SPIRE, a mentoring program for young dance artists, led by TOU and RAS.
Live is enthusiastic about creating and performing work that can make dance more accessible for a diverse audience. Shifting between the realms of personal and universal, her own work aims to create playful and poetic dance experiences conveying ideas of identity and human interaction.
Emile Veen Nesse
Emile went to Kunstskolen i Rogaland. Working mainly with drawing and painting, to create abstract and expressionistic works, often through intuitive and aleatoric methods.