Amália/Emily (she/her) is a queer Hungarian environmental interdisciplinary multi-media artist and activist based in Tkaronto/Toronto. Working within a decolonial framework, her practice explores the relationships we have with the land and the natural world. Often using found objects and materials, her work balances within a liminal space between the ordinary and otherworldly.With a strong use of colour and the tactile, her work has been called neo-folk.

Fundamentally, her practice is about our own ecology. The conceptual thread weaving throughout her work is our relationship to the land, ourselves, each other, and all beings in this world.

This is a collective experience.