Mathias Danbolt i Astrid Noacks Atelier 5 Okt 2022 (fuld længde) by User 68911832 published on 2022-11-09T08:58:06Z Nye Noter revolves around the becoming of Muitalus Sámiid Birra - a book from 1910 and the first book written in Sami by a Sami (published with an atlas of lithographically reproduced hand drawn plates). What is at stake in the becoming of the book is explored through the relationship between the Danish female painter Emilie Demant Hatt (1873-1958) and the Sami wolf hunter who became an author, Johan Turi (1854-1936). The two met in the north of Sweden at the beginning of the last century and collaborated to create Muitalus Sámiid Birra. However, the exhibition - as it unfolds in Copenhagen in 2022 - really addresses asymmetric collaborative relationships in general. In this recorded live conversation I talk with art historian at the University of Copenhagen, Mathias Danbolt, assuming that he can help me to better understand the role, function and significance of Muitalus Sámiid Birra. For my part, I only got to know of the book through my somewhat accidental encounter with Emilie Demant Hatt’s visual sketches in the archives of Skive Museum in 2017.