Maggie Groat

Maggie Groat is a visual artist whose current research surrounds slowness, decolonial ways of being, plants as portals, the utility of images, and the transformative potentials of salvaged materials during times of climate emergency. Her practice is informed by her settler and Indigenous backgrounds, her role as a mother and birthworker, as well as the environmental impacts of the Anthropocene. She is an off-nation Skarù·ręʔ member of the Six Nations of the Grand River, living in the Niagara region of Ontario, the traditional territory of the Chonnonton, Anishnaabeg and Hodinöhsö:ni’.

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