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Biography

Dr Olu Taiwo is Senior Lecturer in Performing Arts. He has worked on identity and performance and is a well-established performer using digital technologies. He is engaged with critical debates around the interaction of body, technology and the environment. He is a member of the University's Centre for the Arts as Wellbeing.

Areas of expertise

Supervision of research students

​Olu welcomes enquiries about postgraduate research; his areas of supervision are:

  • Performance philosophy
  • West African performance practice
  • Digital arts
  • Interdisciplinary, transcultural perspectives
  • Choreological studies
  • Street arts
  • The urban and rural dichotomy
  • Theology
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