Associate Professor Brian Boigon is a design theorist, artist, art director, writer and researcher, whose main area of creative practice is in the field of science fiction and locomotive design. Originally trained as an architect, Boigon has been involved with digital and pop up productions since 1994 when he was featured in WIRED magazine for the design of the first tween-based virtual avatar town called Spillville. His current research is focused on the invention of a science fiction portal called The Interopera.
He is author of several books including; The Interopera Reader, We Have Impact and Speed Reading Tokyo.
Boigon's work has been accepted in to the CCA (Canadian Centre for Architecture) archives. He is currently working on his next iteration of The Interopera.