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Ashleigh Deosaran (b.1992, Trinidad and Tobago, she/her/hers) is a multidisciplinary artist and writer. She is currently a doctoral student in Art History and GSS Melon Fellow at Northwestern University. She researches contemporary Latin American art with a focus on the Anglophone Caribbean, through the lenses of critical theory, cultural studies, and decolonial thought. After earning a B.A. in Fine Arts & Psychology from Pace University (’16), she completed an M.A. in Modern Art: Critical and Curatorial Studies at Columbia University (’19), where she wrote her thesis on technology and futurism in modern and contemporary Latin American art. She has held curatorial research positions at the Dia Art Foundation and the Public Art Fund in New York City. Her critical writing has been published in Hemisphere: Visual Cultures of the Americas, Field Magazine, and Pree Literary Magazine.