Carson Teal (b. 1993) is a Canadian emerging multidisciplinary visual artist and an experimental producer residing 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.
Teal graduated from OCAD University’s Drawing and Painting program in 2016, and was also the 2016 recipient of David W. Bain Art Award and Project 31 Art Award. His installations have been seen at various venues in Toronto, ON such as Rally Ossington, Open Gallery, Inter/Access, 8eleven Gallery, Bunker2 Contemporary Art Center, and 2016 Senseless Music Festival at Evergreen Brickworks. He has also been featured on VICE, XLR8R, and OHESSTEE.