Martin Firrell
I Want to Live in a City Where
No One Has to Be Afraid of Standing Out
2006
I Want to Live in a City Where presents a wish-list of liberal policies, an ambitious, artist-led agenda for civic agitation, review and renewal.

The work examines the importance of gender equality: I Want to Live in a City Where... Half the People in Charge are Women.

It champions robust civil liberties: I Want to Live in a City Where... No One Can be Held without Trial; and I Want to Live in a City Where... Immigration is Regarded as a New Source of Strength.

The work calls for a city and civic life characterised by tolerance and inclusion for all, particularly for individuals or communities that might be regarded as 'other'.
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I Want to Live in a City Where
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Projection
Displayed
The National Gallery London UK, 5 to 6 July 2006
Supported by
Mayor of London
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