Hito Steyerl’s Free Plots explores themes of community solidarity in the face of neo-liberalism. JADINE NGAN/THE VARSITY

The AGO’s iconic staircase, lit above the Daydreamer’s Campsite occupying Walker Court. JADINE NGAN/THE VARSITY

A small figurine on a journey through a landscape of trash in Joseph Beuys’ Hasengrab. JADINE NGAN/THE VARSITY

Raymond Boisjoly’s As it Comes. JADINE NGAN/THE VARSITY

U of T alum Sandra Brewster engages with layered identities through photo-based gel transfer in Blur. JADINE NGAN/THE VARSITY

A pair of visitors in motion as they exit the Daydreamer’s Campsite, shot through a gap in the stairwell. JADINE NGAN/THE VARSITY

A plant experienced from an alien perspective, from Today We Reboot the Planet by Adrian Villar Rojas. JADINE NGAN/THE VARSITY

Stinging nettle and jasmine fill a series of planters, lit from above by magenta light, in Hito Steyerl’s Free Plots. JADINE NGAN/THE VARSITY

A group of visitors plays mahjong in the Galleria Italia. JADINE NGAN/THE VARSITY

Stacks of white Chinese tea cups — the type you’d expect to find in a restaurant — prepared for tea tasting. JADINE NGAN/THE VARSITY

This costume head is used during dragon dances at Lunar New Year festivals. JADINE NGAN/THE VARSITY

Tea Base remade the Galleria Italia into a tea shop rallying against gentrification in Chinatown. JADINE NGAN/THE VARSITY

A land acknowledgement by Tea Base. JADINE NGAN/THE VARSITY

The underside of Frank Gehry’s barnacle staircase,
which protrudes from the face of the museum. JADINE NGAN/THE VARSITY

It’s Still Priviledged Art by Carole Condé and
Karl Beveridge. JADINE NGAN/THE VARSITY

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