In her practice, Emilia Rigova, whose artistic alter ego is Bári Raklóri, deals primarily with the cultural and socio-political stereotypes of the body, gender, and marginalised communities. Her works often intersect on these themes, driven by the visual language and expressions of Indigenous, minority and nomadic peoples, including the Roma community to which the artist belongs. Addressing the fact that minority communities are largely erased or minimized in the annals of historical discourse, the artist seeks to reiterate their contributions to cultures all over the world. Her recent works deal with the internal and external constructions of Romani identity. The works here are part of her Queer Morphology series, where the ambiguous amalgamation of forms draws elements from human sexual morphology. Simultaneously, they act as a symbolic critique of gender-based social constraints and representations of unity between male and female archetypes.