AMITIKATXI at the Science and Industry Museum, Manchester: 7 - 10pm, on the occasion of Sebastião Salgado's exhibition, invited by the Brazil Footprint programme

6 July 2022 

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Itu nai anya arimikane (The forest is our future / that which makes us grow) is a textile work constructed from over 90 pieces of beaded jewellery, made by over 30 artists from the AMITIKATXI collective (Tiriyó, Katxuyana and Txikiyana women) in collaboration with the Iepè Institute. Presented in a show-and-tell by Nick Hackworth as Director of Paradise Row Projects, alongside a video interview with the Indigenous women that have made the piece. 


Image: AMITIKATXI, Itu nai anya arimikane (detail), 2021. Photo: Mirko Boffelli