Aski (Shelter / Suoja) is a video work that deals with the concepts of shelter and belonging. In the video sami musician Ánnámáret holds up a scarf belonging to the national costume of Sámi women, the gákti. It flutters in the air alike a flag. The video repeats a gesture present in several video works created as a collaboration between Viitahuhta and Ánnámáret: the alternation of covering and revealing. The scarf alternately covers the face, alternately reveals it. This gesture is emphasized by the use of layers and cross images in the cut, the overlapping of images. The carrying power of the simple video is Ánnámáret's fixed, inevitable and steady gaze. In addition to Ánnámáret's yoik and Turkka Inkilä's electronic music, the music includes the Japanese shakuhachi flute played by Inkilä and the sounds of the jouhikko (finnish bowed lyre) played by Ilkka Heinonen. The video is part of a series of video works that Viitahuhta has made in collaboration with musicians Ánnámáret, Ilkka Heinonen and Turkka Inkilä. The song heard in the video was recorded for the album Ánnámáret: Nieguid duovdagat.