Cozette Russell’s interdisciplinary practice uses photography,
video, installation, sculpture, and text to explore poetic themes of
transformation across motherhood, disability, memory, and translation. Her short
films have screened at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Wexner
Center for the Arts and her writing and photography were recently included in
A.I.R Gallery’s 15th Biennial as part of the inaugural issue of Peer Review.
Her film ‘X’ and the Woman is in the permanent collection of the Getty
Research Institute in Los Angeles. She lives in New Hampshire
and makes site-specific work on her family’s land and in her barn studio.