Outi Pieski – 'Art comes from the land, it's made for the land' | Tate

Drawing inspiration from her Sámi heritage, artist Outi Pieski creates large-scale textile installations which feature tassels based on traditional clothing. Her work references ‘duodji’, an Indigenous craft practice that was marginalised in the wake of Scandinavian colonialism. In this short video, watch Pieski as she prepares new work for her exhibition at Tate St Ives. Subscribe for weekly films: http://goo.gl/X1ZnEl

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Enter the Mothership: artist Yto Barrada's Tangier garden | Tate

The Mothership is a garden on the Strait of Gibraltar, and yet much more than that. It's a residence, and a retreat, a dye garden, an ex...