Isaac Cordal (Spain, 1974) studied Fine Art at the University of Vigo and earned an MA in Digital Arts at the Camberwell University of Arts in London.
Isaac currently lives and works in Brussels. In 2012 his work was exhibited across Belgium as well as in Latvia, Croatia, Austria, Italy, Spain and the United States, most of which featured his ongoing project: Cement Eclipses.
Referencing the real estate boom and subsequent economic collapse, Cordal works with cement as a political material, creating site-specific installations that question scale, speculative reasoning and global social phenomenon. This work has been presented at the Beaufort Triennale, The Festival of Liberty, and at Harlan Levey Projects, receiving a large amount of national and international media exposure.