Cordova is a curatorial project founded in 2016 by artist and curator Cory Scozzari. It was originally established in Vienna, Austria and at present is located in Barcelona, Spain. The current configuration consists of an exhibition space and residency program where international artists are invited to stay and produce exhibitions and events. The projects at Cordova tend to be solo presentations, events and performances where the artist usually makes a new, somehow site-specific work on site. The project grew out of Jupiter Woods, an exhibition space, residency program and shared studio and research facility, in London (and also Vienna with a satellite location run by Scozzari from 2015-2016), Jupiter Woods was co-founded and co-directed by Scozzari (together with a group of five other curators) from 2014-2016.
Previous projects include (among others): Carlos Reyes: Fashion Cafe, October 2016; Emily Jones: News From Nowhere, December 2016; Arguments: Onyeka Igwe, Ed Lehan and Georgie Nettell, February 2017; Megan Rooney, Hullabaloo, April 2017; Felix Melia, Public Displays of Affection, May 2017; Sanna Helena Berger: Vienna, June 2017; Mathis Gasser: WORLD GUARDS, September 2017; Mohammed Abd Alwasi: The Memory of Hunger, November 2017; Holly White: Orange World, December 2017; and Lewis Teague Wright: TOYOTA00, January 2018; Siera Hyte March 2018 and Raul Paez May 2018.