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General News / July 6, 2017

District Conversations Podcast [Mark William Logan]

General News / July 6, 2017

District Conversations Podcast [Mark William Logan]

“…the diversity of human experience had by each of us”

 

We first encountered Mark Logan when we met up with him and Damian Murphy for a conversation about comparing club culture in LA and Dublin. On the back of that conversation Mark shot a poignant feature in Issue 001 entitled ‘Liberated’.

Now he’s taking over The Tara Building from July 19-26 for his debut photography exhibition.

mark william logan diverse dublin the tara building

The show is called DiVERSE and doesn’t represent the diversity of ethnicity, but “the diversity of human experience had by each of us”.

We discuss his chosen medium and how he sees the landscape of Irish culture since his return from LA.

Click here for more on the exhibition and listen to the podcast below.