“Grassworks” investigates lost cultural landscapes and time by the process of making. The ancient art of making shoe hay is still alive among us Sami. It is important to harvest the right kind of sedge grass, at the right time of the year. I crocheted the grass with a hand made tool, then braiding it. Shoe hay has been found at archaeological sites dated several thousands of years back in time, all over the world. The oldest find so far is from Armenia, 5500 years back in time. Ötzi, the Stone Age man found 1991, frozen in a glacier in ther Alps between Italy and Austria, also had shoe hay in his boots. He lived 5300 years ago.