Osynliga Teatern is a performing arts company founded in 2012 by Jens Nielsen and Tomas Rajnai. Their work can be described as performance installations where they invite the audience to participate and observe. They strive to create an intimacy and shared vulnerability between the work and the visitor. They create authentic encounters in an immersive world where the work is often site-specific and the material authentic. The work relates to movement, poetry, authenticity and a human presence. They create dreams from reality with the ambition to question our relationship with the world in which we live.

Osynliga Teatern has played nationally and internationally at stages and festivals such as the Royal Dramatic theatre (Dramaten), Folkteatern Göteborg, Färgfabriken in Stockholm, Västmanlands Teater, Weld, The Reykjavík City Theatre, Sort/Hvid in Copenhagen, Metropolis festival,
CPH Stage, Tempo documentary festival and Reykjavik Arts Festival.

In 2017, the work Det Levda Baklänges was taken to the Performing Arts Biennale and nominated for the 2018 Performing Arts Gala. Tomas and Jens both have a five year grant from Konstnärsnämnden.