Kerry Doyle is the As­so­ci­ate Cu­ra­tor and As­sis­tant Di­rec­tor of the Stan­lee and Ger­ald Rubin Cen­ter for the Vi­sual Arts (Texas, USA) where she is in charge of ed­u­ca­tion and com­mu­nity out­reach and par­tic­i­pates in cu­ra­to­r­ial pro­jects with a focus on con­tem­po­rary Latin Amer­i­can art and cross-bor­der di­a­logue. She spent fif­teen years in so­cial ser­vice and com­mu­nity ed­u­ca­tion in Chicago, El Paso, and Juarez and spe­cial­izes in ac­tiv­i­ties that en­gage di­verse sec­tors of the bor­der com­mu­nity.   Re­cent cu­ra­to­r­ial pro­jects en­gag­ing with bor­der dy­nam­ics in­clude Bat­tle­ground: Tania Can­di­ani and Regina José Galindo (2009), Con­tra Flujo: In­de­pen­dence and Rev­o­lu­tion with Karla Jasso, Lab­o­ra­to­rio Arte Alameda (2010), Fer­nando Llanos, Rev­o­lu­tion­ary Imag­i­nary: The Death of Video Man (2010). She holds a B.A. in Po­lit­i­cal Sci­ence from De Paul Uni­ver­sity in Chicago, and a  B.A. in Draw­ing and Print­mak­ing/M.A. in Latin Amer­i­can and Bor­der Stud­ies from the Uni­ver­sity of Texas at El Paso, US.