Sofía Córdova is a Puerto Rican born, Oakland-based conceptual interdisciplinary artist who works with performance, music, video, photography, sculpture and installation. For the past decade, her work has considered sci-fi and futurity, dance and music culture(s), the internet, mystical objects, extinction and mutation, migration, marginality, and climate change under the conditions of late capitalism and its technologies.
Córdova has exhibited and performed at SFMOMA, the Berkeley Art Museum, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA), and international venues such as Art Hub in Shanghai and the MEWO Kunsthalle in Germany. She has participated in residencies at Mills College Museum, the ASU Museum, and The Headlands Center for the Arts.
Her work was featured in the latest edition of “Bay Area Now 8” at YBCA, is part of Pier 24’s and The Whitney Museum’s permanent collections and has been the subject of a “First Look” feature in Art in America