Veronica Cordova de la Rosa


I create paintings, risograph prints, performance artworks, and its documentation. I work on my own and in collaboration with other humans of all ages, abilities, and persuasions. In my artistic process, I identify, name, and transform symbolic violence, white patriarchal, and racist policies into artworks that resist their effects on myself and others.

I believe in the power of drawing, painting, dancing, collective performance, emancipatory pedagogy, and art communities to help the process of BIPOC + white poor and working class artists to be free from cohesive, classist and racist environments. My artwork can be a fun process and a serious research at the same time. My artwork is reproducible, striking, and contemporary.

I have performed in museums, in between countries borders, in School of Arts, theatres, in rivers, in manor houses, in empty smelly rooms, in embassies and I have been invited to be part of performance art festivals in China, Mexico, Finland, and Cyprus.