“The British anthropology student Matt Thomas provides fresh portrayals from modern-day Sápmi, where he is staying with Johan Mathis Eira and family on their summer pasture at Kokelv. Now they are looking forward to hearing friends play at Midnattsrocken.”
Today, we’re sewing fences.
With a big old smile, Johan Mathis Eira drops a brand new pair of work gloves on the coffee table. A few minutes later, I’m dressed somewhere between a children’s TV clown and a videogame plumber.
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