Opening Tuesday, September 14th, from 6:30PM - 7:45PM
Join us live for a virtual lecture by artist william cordova followed by an audience Q&A.
Link to join via Zoom: https://saic-edu.zoom.us/j/88540127596
william cordova (BFA 1996) was born in Lima, Peru, and is an interdisciplinary cultural practitioner. His work addresses the metaphysics of space and time and how objects and perception change when we move around in space. His practice has been motivated by a creative engagement with architecture, geometry, and history, and he is interested in the roots of abstraction, the history of textile encoding, and non-linear narratives. cordova illuminates the synthesis of memory, ritual, and mythology to further disrupt, challenge, and reassess definitions of our collective landscape.
Presented in partnership with SAIC Alumni Relations.
This event will be live captioned by Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) services. For additional access requests, including ASL interpretation or audio description, visit saic.edu/access.
Image: william cordova, installation view: on the lower frequencies I speak 4U (alquimia sagrada), 2020. Foreground from left: untitled (cajon), 2018; untitled (rouse), 2019. Background from left: untitled (el quinto suyo) (Untitled [The Fifth City]), 2018–19; untitled (ruling principles of the universe), 2018–19. Courtesy of the artist.