William Cordova’s practice has been motivated by a creative engagement in architecture, geometry, and history. These are essential components in Cordova’s life and have shaped the artist's worldview. William is an interdisciplinary cultural practitioner 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. The artist's site-specific installation work is both expansive and intimate. Intersecting the economy of materials with ephemeral and spatial rhythms. Juxtaposing social-political theories with Third Cinema strategies that frame the unframed thus manifesting subversive visual aesthetics. Cordova has held residencies at Studio Museum in Harlem, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Project Row Houses, The American Academy in Berlin, Germany among others.