Kat Caribeaux is a doctoral student working broadly in place-making and environmental justice. She is particularly focused on ecotones, sacrifice zones, and site-specific installation as vectors for climate justice. This research investment was sparked in part by Caribeaux's tenure as graduate fellow at Yorkshire Sculpture Park while she completed her master’s with distinction at University of York. Caribeaux has worked in curatorial, preparator, archival, and educational capacities at institutions including the Chicago Architecture Biennial, the Field Museum, the Harvard Fine Arts Library, and the Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Her writing can be found in The Rutgers Art Review and The Seen Journal. She also works as Innovator in Residence at NUIT's Emerging Technologies Lab.