Adie Russell (Lomontville, NY) is a multi-media artist working in photography, video, performance, drawing, and painting. She holds a BA/BFA from the Eugene Lang College/Parsons School of Art & Design both at The New School for Social Research. Russell has exhibited in the United States and Europe, most recently in an exhibition entitled “The Subterraneans” at the Leeds College of Arts in Leeds, UK, in fall 2014.
She has had solo shows at Leeds College of Art, The Center for Photography at Woodstock, NY, Roos Arts, Rosendale NY and Melle Finelle, Boston, MA. Additionally her work has been shown at The Dorsky Museum in New Paltz, NY, Spike Island, UK, Kleinert/James Art Center in Woodstock, NY, and the Image Factory in Saugerties, NY, The Carriage House in Islip, NY, Projekt 722, Pace Digital Gallery, The Chelsea Art Museum, ZieherSmith Gallery, all in NYC. She has participated in Artist Residencies at the University of Cape Town in South Africa, La Cipresssaia in Montagnana in Italy, at the Contemporary Artists Center in North Adams, MA, and Salem Art Works in Salem, NY.
au•gust art festival project
Adie Russell’s Who I Am (2008, 4 min.), uses audio excerpted from an interview with then-psychologist and Harvard professor Richard Alpert, as he discusses the transient nature of identity and how our attachment to the learned behaviors associated with our culturally identified personas, though not who we really are, affect how we interact with nature and each other.