Laura Roulet is an independent curator and writer, specializing in contemporary and Latin American art. She has organized exhibitions in Puerto Rico at el Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico and in Washington DC at the Art Museum of the Americas, the Mexican Cultural Institute, Edison Place Gallery, Hillyer Art Space, Project 4, Fusebox and the DC Art Center. Her publications include many catalogue essays, encyclopedia entries, articles in Art Journal, Sculpture, and the book Contemporary Puerto Rican Installation Art, the Guagua Aerea, the Trojan Horse and the Termite. She worked on the Ana Mendieta retrospective, organized by the Hirshhorn Museum in 2004, and contributed to that catalogue. She has a B.A. in Modern European Studies from Trinity College, Hartford; a M.A in International Relations from Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies and a M.A. in Art History from the University of Maryland, College Park.