Christopher Cozier is an artist who lives and works in Trinidad and Tobago, and is the co-director of Alice Yard. He was awarded a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant (2004) and is a Prince Claus Award laureate (2013). Whether through his notebook drawings or installations derived from recorded staged actions, Cozier investigates how Caribbean historical and current experiences can inform his understandings of the wider contemporary world. His work has been shown at the 5th and 7th Havana Biennials; Infinite Island, Brooklyn Museum (2007); Afro Modern: Journeys through the Black Atlantic, TATE Liverpool (2010); Entanglements, Broad Museum, Michigan (2015); Relational Undercurrents, Museum of Latin American Art, L.A. (2017); and The Sea is History, Historisk Museum, Oslo (2019). Cozier also participated in the public program of the 10th Berlin Biennial (2018) and exhibited in the 14th Sharjah Biennial (2019). He will be participating in the 11th Liverpool Biennial in 2021.