Cozette Russell is a filmmaker and photographer who makes work centered around the psychological landscape of disability, feminism, and motherhood, with a focus on how these themes intersect with the natural world. She has an experimental and process-driven studio practice and makes work as a form of intellectual and emotional inquiry. Her short films have screened at venues including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Wexner Center for the Arts, and her film, “‘X’ and the Woman,” is in the permanent collection at the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles as part of Miranda July’s “Joanie 4 Jackie” archive.


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