Kihako Narisawa


Visual Design


nulllos is an art collective by Sonoko Kamimura and Kihako Narisawa.

We are interested in art, design, and contemporary culture, attempting to visualise and alternative path to communicate with people.



Visual Design


sanjugodo is an interdisciplinary arts collective created by Kihako Narisawa and Jeremy Nedd. We are dancers, choreographers and designers. We share a mutual appreciation for experimental performative works that bend and challenge genre. sanjugodo strives to develop work that reflects this ideal through connecting and collaborating with artists from various avenues of creativity. Allowing the possibility for new influence and exchange to direct the creative process experience.



Logo Design


The behind the scene, is the place basically it can not be seen from theatre auditorium.
Inside, which it appears by tearing the surface away.
This is the theatre, how we see from the stage.


"tear the surface away" was a photo exhibition, a part of project POINT BLANK 2010 which is a collaborative dance project by three Japanese choreographers, Hokuto Kodama, Kenta Kojiri and Yuki Yamada.

Cooperation | project POINT BLANK

Choreography | Hokuto KodamaKenta Kojiri, Yuki Yamada

Photography | Kihako Narisawa

Exhibition + Premiere | 23rd-24th July 2010 | Kawasaki Art Center /Japan


Lighting Design

Choreography | Giuseppe Spota

Lighting Design | Kihako Narisawa

Choreographic Assistance | Mia Johansson

Dance | Ayumi Sagawa, Frank Fannar Pedersen, Kihako Narisawa, Sandra Huber, Valeria Lampadova, Rena Narumi, Russell Lepley, Florian Teatiu, Daniel Whiley

Running Time | c.a. 40 min

Premiere | 27th October 2012 | Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden /Germany

Abi/tiamo is a choreographic creation by Italian choreographer Giuseppe Spota, as part of triple bill evening at Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden.


Rian 絆

Poster + Flyer Design and Photography for Performer's Profile

"Japan / Deutschland 150 Jahre Freundschaft, Japanbilder in Tanz, Text und Musik"

was a project performance to commemorate 150 years of diplomatic relations between Japan and Germany.

Japanese choreographer Aoi Nakamura presented three pieces, performed by actor, violinist and dancers.


Cooperation | The Hessen State Ministry and Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden

Curator | Stefan Schletter

Direction | Choreography | Aoi Nakamura

Performance | Martin Müller, Kihako Narisawa, Rena Narumi, Ayumi Sagawa, Florian Teatiu, Yuri Uozumi

Premiere | 1st December 2011 | Wartburg in Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden /Germany




"STRANO" is a choreographic production by Italian Choreographer Alessandro Schiattarella.

The flyer design was inspired by commercialistic fashion magazine which sets the ideality and shows role-models to the society.

The premiere has been presented at Roxy Birsfelden in Basel /Switzerland, March 2017.



Flyer Design

"Tell Me Where It Is" is a solo by Italian choreographer Alessandro Schiattarella.

This is a new flyer for the performance at Carrosserie in Basel /Switzerland.

Premiere | 22nd November 2015 | Theatre Roxy Birsfelden | Basel /Switzerland

Loop Tanz

Flyer Pictures


Photography for Flyer #1 + Performer's Profile


Photography for the concept image

Cooperation | Architanz

Choreography | Kenta Kojiri

Dancer | Hana Sakai and Reijiro Tsumura

Premiere | 24th-25th November 2011Architanz | Tokyo /Japan