Artist

Christie Pearson

Christie Pearson is an artist, architect, and writer living in Toronto. She works in collaboration with choreographers, composers, dancers, djs, sound and visual artists to create multi-disciplinary urban events such as Fire on the Water at the Sunnyside Bathing Pavilion; Nightswim at Toronto’s inaugural Nuit Blanche; the performance Slip at Harrison Baths; and the Wade festival of installation and performance art in outdoor pools. She is a founding member and editor of the journal Scapegoat: Architecture, Landscape, Political Economy where she co-edited Night and Eros. Her architectural work includes significant cultural spaces for clients such as the University of Toronto Art Centre, the Media Arts Resource Collective, Kitchener Public Library, Native Child and Family Services, and Eva’s Phoenix.

Videography

108 - Walking Through Tokyo

2018, 50:35 minutes, colour, Stereo soundscape