Nieguid Duovdagat is an experimental, minimalist and hypnotic music video. Ánnámáret's yoik, Ilkka Heinonen's jouhikko (finnish bowed lyre) and Turkka Inkilä's electronic music combine with the effected image of the winter landscape created by Marja Viitahuhta. In the video, the nature and landscapes of Sápmi, the Sámi homeland, is transformed into abstract forms, where from time to time one can see similarities to embroidered or engraved crafts. The video deconstructs the assumptions associated with music videos in its own experimental language: for example, it does not show recognizable human figures and the musicians do not appear in the video. The digitally implemented effect reflects the elements of electronic music and the nature catalog takes root in the environment in which indigenous sámi culture lives. In this way, the video travels between the real worlds on the one hand and the imaginary worlds on the other.