Emmy Lingscheit is a visual artist working in printmaking, installation, comics, and zines. Across recent bodies of work, she explores our entanglements with the non-human world: interdependencies between beings and across time, and from a microscopic level up to the scale of our global economy. Signs and semiotics, deep time, and holobionts are among the lenses through which she examines these relationships. Social justice and ecological justice are inextricably intertwined. In the teeming strangeness, cooperation, and competition of the biological world, rigid categories such as individual, species, and sex are increasingly understood to be porous and dynamic. Binaries break down. Emmy embraces the mutability and variance inherent in printmaking as a celebration of the resilient Other, ecosystems both literal and symbolic, and the inherent queerness of nature. Emmy grew up in South Dakota, holds a BFA in painting from St. Cloud State University, and an MFA in printmaking from University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She currently lives in Urbana, IL, where she is an Associate Professor at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.