Christopher Cozier is an artist, living and working in Trinidad and a co-director of Alice Yard, a collective, which will be participating in Documenta15. He was awarded a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant in 2004 and is a Prince Claus Award laureate, 2013. Through his notebook drawings to installations derived from recorded staged actions, Cozier investigates how Caribbean historical and current experiences can inform understandings of the wider contemporary world. Exhibitions include the 5th & 7th Havana Biennials, Infinite Island, TheBrooklyn Museum, (2007) Afro Modern: Journeys through the Black Atlantic (2010), TATE Liverpool, Entanglements at the Broad Museum, Michigan 2015. Relational Undercurrents at MOLAA. L.A. (2017) and The Sea is History, Historiskmuseum, Oslo, 2019. Cozier participated in the public program of 10th Berlin Biennial, 2018, exhibited in the 14th Sharjah Biennial in 2019, the 11th Liverpool Biennial in 2021, Industrial Art Biennial, Croatia, 2020 and currently in Más Allá, el Mar Canta (Beyond, the Sea Sings) at the Times Art Center, Berlin, as well as Fragments of Epic Memory at the AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario) and Experiences of Oil at the Stavanger Museum, Norway.