Raquel Rosildete, a lighting designer for theater and architecture. With over a decade of experience in lighting, she works on the stage and in the space, continuously pursuing the narrative potential of visuality.
She has always been involved in research groups, studying light and its qualitative aspects. She understands the spatial experience as a phenomenon that can’t be controlled but created within the space and its user.
As a Berlin-based artist, she has been involved with decolonial and anti-racist theater productions while developing a parallel work as an independent lighting designer for architecture.
She based her work in between elements. Composes lighting throughout visuality and narrative, architecture and theater, light perception and lighting habits, the colors within light and skin.