Outi Pieski (b. 1973) is a Sámi visual artist based in Ohcejohka (Utsjoki), Finland. Her paintings and installations delve into the Arctic region and the interdependence of nature and culture. Her work combines craft traditions as somatic and familial vocabularies called duodji to reopen conversations about the Sámi people within transnational discourses. Her work with archaeologist Eeva-Kristiina Nylander in a project Máttaráhku ládjogahpir – Foremother´s Hat of Pride inquiries into the knowledges of her foremothers through practices of revitalization, rematriation, and actualization of the larger biocultural reality of the Sámi people.