Sebastian De Line (he/they) is an artist and Curatorial Fellow for the Toronto Biennial of Art. Alongside this, De Line also works as an Associate Curator for the Agnes Etherington Art Centre and as a Teaching Fellow for the Dept. of Languages, Literatures and Cultures at Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario. His/their doctoral research focuses on the manufacturing of capitalist values and economies that transform agential Indigenous and racialized Ancestors into laboring “objects” of extraction, accumulation, and consumption determined by acquisition criteria within museum collections. Their writings have appeared in publications such as the Journal of Visual Culture and Junctures, among others. De Line lives and works in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.