When you look at my sculpture, you don’t understand all of it. That way, you have the freedom to dream. – Mattiusi Iyaituk Iyaituk is well known for his assemblages that combine traditional Inuit sculpting techniques with foreign materials. This particular piece refers to Inuit shamanism and is exceptional for the artist’s interpretation of the subject matter. He places an antler at the side of the body to suggest a drum. The undulating, branching form of a second antler, placed at the mouth of the shaman, conveys the soft chanting rhythm of Inuit songs.