See all 2019 brains in the pond at Nathan Phillips Square in July!
The human mind is beautiful and complex, yet chaotic and fragmented. Our entire reality is created inside our brains. As you move around the piece, it evolves and changes with the light. Broken mirror and crystals reflect, distort and animate the environment in which the work is placed. ”Silver Bloom” investigates the process of how our reality is constructed and affected by our environment, while simultaneously exploring the fragility of memory and brain health.
Carson Teal is a Canadian emerging, multidisciplinary, visual artist and experimental producer represented by Pari Nadimi Gallery in Toronto, Canada. Teal is known for his eloquent use of visuals and audio, creating environments that transcend the confines of physical space. He interlaces rich soundscapes with elements of video projection-mapping over assembled and found objects to create immersive and mesmerizing atmospheres. Teal’s multi-disciplinary practice creates an opportunity to be fully present in the moment, where the memory of the piece or performance can be recalled with a myriad of senses.