Logan, Owen, an Arts and Humanities Research Council Fellow in the Creative Arts within the School of Divinity, History and Philosophy at the University of Aberdeen. He is working there alongside the Lives in the Oil Industry oral history project. His work as a photographer has been widely published, has been exhibited internationally and is in several major public collections.
Books include Al Mahgrib (1989) – about Moroccan postcolonial identity, with short stories by Paul Bowles; Bloodlines – vite allo specchio (1994) – about Italian migration, with a text by Tahar Ben Jalloun; and a forthcoming volume on Nigerian performance artists, a political satire called Maequerade – Nigeria hits Michael Jackson (2009). He recently edited a special ‘Oil’ issue of the Glasgow-based journal Variant available with associated images and oral material on the website www.overabarrel.info.
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