The Question Mark Inside by Martin Firrell at St Paul's Cathedral

Martin Firrell, The Question Mark Inside, 2008
Martin Firrell
The Question Mark Inside 2008
Available anytime during gallery hours

What are the things that make modern life meaningful and purposeful?

From the 8–15 November 2008 St Paul's Cathedral will be alight with a stream of possible answers to this question from the domestic to the sublime.

Martin Firrell's text is based on contributions from members of the public, interviews conducted with some of the UK's most respected thinkers and the artist's own observations. The text will be projected in English, Sanskrit, Hindi, French, Portuguese, Latin and Arabic. Firrell's recent projections have been created for Tate Britain, The National Gallery and The Royal Opera House London.

The project can be viewed from the Tate Modern's balconies and Member's Room.

The interior projections onto the Whispering Gallery can be viewed during the Cathedral opening hours (excluding service times) for info on times and charges please visit the St Paul's Catherdral website and for further info on the project please visit Martin Firrell's website.

St Paul's Cathedral 
Free, no bookings taken

Access for wheelchairs and pushchairs