Kerry Doyle is Director and Chief Curator of the Rubin Center for the Visual Arts at the University of Texas at El Paso on the US-Mexico border. She specializes in curatorial projects that are interdisciplinary, participatory and performative that focus on the border as subject and site. She regularly collaborates with individuals and institutions from both El Paso and Ciudad Juarez in the execution of a wide range of interdisciplinary and community-engaged programming. She has curated and organized original exhibitions, commissions and performances by international artists including Tomás Saraceno, Tania Candiani, Regina Jose Galindo, Teresa Margolles, Máximo Gonzalez, Jose Antonio Vega Macotela, Fiamma Montezemolo and many others. In November 2019 she curated Border Tuner by artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, a large-scale, ephemeral public art installation that engaged more than 10,000 visitors in real-time cross-border conversations over its 12-night installation, and involved more than 250 local artists, writers, musicians and activists from the two cities in performances, lectures and other public events.