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Brent Hayes Edwards’ AFRO-HORN By Native Maqari

Forged from a rare metal found only in Africa and South America,

the Afro-horn is an instrument to open the mouths of the gods.

It was invented by ancient Egyptians, who called it the Tun-tet.

According to Brent Hayes Edwards’ imaginative essay on the

mythical instrument, there are only three Afro-horns in the

world: one in a museum collection in Europe; another guarded

jealously by an indigenous community on the West coast of

Mexico; but the third is in New York, in the collection of Rahsaan

Roland Kirk.

P46 The Corpse Exhibition

Native Maqari is a Nigerian graffiti and comic artist based in Paris.

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