Máret Ánne Sara and Matt Lambert

Artist and writer Máret Ánne Sara lives and works in Kautokeino. She is the founder of the artist community Daiddadallu and the multidisciplinary art movement Pile O’Sápmi. Her work addresses political and social aspects affecting the Sami communities. The work Pile O'Sápmi, which consists of more than 400 reindeer skulls, has been purchased by Norway’sNational Museum. In 2014 Sara was nominated for the Nordic Council’s Children and Young People’s Literature Prize for her debut book Ilmmiid gaskkas (Between Worlds).


Matt Lambert lives and works in Detroit, where they explores various techniques within arts, craft, performance, sculpture and fashion. Lambert received the Next Generation Award from the Surface Design Association, and recently featured on the Global Fashion Jewelry and Accessories Council’s Top100 list of jewellery and accessories designers. Lambert is currently studying a master’s degree in Critical and Historical Craft Studies at Warren Wilson College, focusing on underrepresented groups and the relationship between craft and nation state.