Nordic Matters: Outi Pieski: Falling Shawls at Southbank Centre Free

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View this installation of traditional Sami shawl-making, created by Sami artist Outi Pieski. Pieski transforms the Royal Festival Hall foyers with her year-long installation, Falling Shawls, which goes on show from the opening weekend of Nordic Matters.

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Made by traditional Sami shawl-making techniques, the installation combines hundreds of fringe elements to create a coloured three-dimensional drawing.

Sami people are the indigenous people of Scandinavia, and in their nomadic culture the cultural significance of symbols has endured; the Sami handicraft, duodji, still has a significant and powerful effect today.

Falling Shawls is inspired by the gathering of Sami people, in what can be seen as a nomadic monument to heal individuals in their common struggle with colonial history.

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Adult Ticket: Free

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Southbank Centre

Address
Belvedere Road
London
SE1 8XX
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0844 847 9910
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Underground and Rail Stations: Waterloo, Embankment, Charing Cross, Waterloo East. Buses stop on Waterloo Bridge, on York Road, on Belvedere Road and on Stamford Street.

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