Brian Boigon is an Artist/Data-Architect and Philosopher. His works span a multitude of operational disciplines including Quantum Mechanics, Locomotive Dynamical Systems, Science Fiction, Cartoon Animation and the ballet of Computational Script hacking. He is an Associate Professor at John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design at the University of Toronto where he also runs the Inner Outer Space Lab and sits on the board of the Toronto MOCA.
Boigon is currently working on “The Magic of Membranes” through Drawing/Writing/Movies and Music under a Sci-fi project known as The Interopera. He continues to explore the dimensions of his Ordinary and Non-ordinary Reality as its bank-shot through the non-linearity of Framing, Looping and Projecting. He is published by Birkhauser in a digital/analogue book on NonLinear Urbanism and is working on a sound/video project forthcoming in NYC. Boigon’s artwork is in numerous collections, published in 4 books and is in the archives at the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) in Montreal. He is currently living in outer space and is represented by Christie Contemporary.