is a musician +  a visual artist working in print media and sculpture.


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Kerry Maguire is a musician and a multidisciplinary artist working in printmaking and sculpture, living and working between:

the traditional territory of a number of Indigenous peoples– specifically the Apache, the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas, the Kickapoo Tribe of Texas, the Ysleta del sur Pueblo, the Lipan Apache Tribe, the Texas Band of Yaqui Indians, and the Coahuitlecan; land that additionally is and has been home to the Caddo, Comanche, Kiowa, Wichita, Chickasaw, and Waco nations.  (Austin, Texas, USA)


Mohkínstsis, which is the Blackfoot word for “elbow.” Wincheesh-pah is the Stoney word for “elbow.” Kootsisáw is the Tsuut’ina word for “elbow.” While the place where the Elbow River meets the Bow is today commonly known as Calgary, it’s had many other names throughout its history, which expands for thousands of years in all directions1. (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)