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Kathryn Barulich



Kathryn Barulich is a student in the PhD Program in Art History, Theory and Criticism at the University of California, San Diego. She specializes in European modern and contemporary art, focusing specifically on large-scale installation art produced after 1990 in research that is informed by feminism, aesthetic philosophy, psychoanalysis, and Modernist art theory. Kathryn is also interested in medieval animated sculpture, Victorian spirit photography, women in the French Revolution, and the intersections of the occult and technology. She holds an MA in History and Theory of Contemporary Art from San Francisco Art Institute (2015) and a BA in Art History and French Language and Literature from Fordham University (2012).