Tate St Ives is currently showcasing the work of Sámi visual artist Outi Pieski in an exhibition that explores the spiritual relationship between humans and their environment and also raises important questions about traditional knowledge and the rights of Indigenous communities.

Born Čiske-Jovsset Biret Hánsa Outi in Helsinki, Finland in 1973, Pieski now lives and works in Sápmi – the region in which the Sámi live and which is today divided between the nation states of Norway, Finland, Sweden and Russia. Drawing from her visual heritage, she creates large-scale textile installations with tassels ...


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