Public artworks exploring power and gender are to be displayed in Redbridge.

Artist Martin Firrell's new works are to be shown on 12 digital screens across the country with one in Redbridge.

The project from Mr Firrell explores perspectives from women and men on the understanding and experience of men and women in power.

The Redbridge screen will be displayed at 787 High Road in Goodmayes, Redbridge.

Mr Firrell said: "I believe men and woman regard power differently and I want to ‘open up the layers of that difference’ in front of the public. My residency with Clear Channel makes that possible. If you can create debate, eventually change will follow."

He is a French public artist who stimulates debate in public space to promote positive social change and his work has been summarised as 'art as debate'.

Working as Clear Channel’s Artist in Residence, this first project entitled “Power And Gender” is the first part of social artwork that is a mass public art project looking at women's equality and masculinity, alternative forms of economic and social organisation, black power, and solidarity between people from different backgrounds and ethnicities.

Clear Channel chief executive Justin Cochrane said: "Clear Channel’s national digital network of screens is uniquely positioned as the perfect “art gallery” to broadcast Martin’s thought provoking work. We’re proud to be supporting this project that opens up public conversation on progressiveness and promotes Fairness – one of Clear Channel’s core values."

Mr Firrel partnered with media owner Clear Channel which will use screens to display the artworks from January 21 to March 8.

Martin Firrell explores these questions in 12 digital billboards with the participation of:

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