Maggie Groat strategically mobilizes a range of media including works on paper, sculpture, textiles, site-specific interventions and publications to interrogate methodologies of collage and salvage practices. Her current research surrounds site-responsiveness, shifting territories, decolonial ways-of-being, gardens, slowness, margins, utility and beauty, the transformative potentials of found and ritual materials, Indigenous Futurism, power images, the double, and the influences of the astronomical on the terrestrial. Her practice is informed by her Skarú:ręʔ and Settler backgrounds, her role as a mother, and the environmental impacts of the Anthropocene. Groat is currently working on MOTHER COLOUR which considers engagements and possibilities between domestic spaces, the otherworldly and other--than-human, including compiled writings, materials and research related to caregiving and becoming, utility and beauty, and the long shadow of modernism in relation to feminist and Indigenous revisionist histories. She lives with her partner and three children in onguiaahra, the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee, Chonnonton, and Anishnaabeg.