Photograph of smiling woman wearing a blue top.

Raquel Meseguer Zafe

Unchartered Collective

Raquel founded Unchartered Collective in 2016 to create theatrical encounters that explore the lived experience of an invisible disability like chronic pain. Her work straddles theatre, dance, installation, performative conversations and photo-documentary. She identifies as dis-abled, and works with rest and horizontality as creative impulses. Raquel is also a founding member of Lost Dog Dance. She is a Pervasive Media Studio Resident and her work is supported by MAYK and Unlimited

Image credit: Photograph by Paul Blakemore

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Girl and man asleep on a seat
Posted on Tue 15 Nov 2022 by Raquel Meseguer Zafe

Raquel Meseguer Zafe talks about Towards a Restful City, which asks Bristol venues to extend a warm welcome to the chronically ill and disabled communities by running Horizontal Events like Horizontal Cinema.