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Thursday, 30 May, 2002, 11:39 GMT 12:39 UK
In pictures: Turner Prize nominees
Two women, Catherine Yass and Fiona Banner, and two men, Keith Tyson and Liam Gillick, have been shortlisted for the 2002 Turner Prize.

Take a look at their work and vote for your favourite.

Installation at Dundee Contemporary Arts 2002; photo courtesy Frith Street Gallery, London
Concrete Poetry 2002 and Trixie 1999, by Fiona Banner from the Your Plinth is My Lap installation

Photo courtesy of Frith Street Gallery, London
Stainless Steel Full Stops 2002, by Fiona Banner, an installation at Neur Aachener Kunstverien

Consultation Partition 2000, by Liam Gillick: photo credit Courtesy Corvi - Mora, London
Consultation Partition 2000, by Liam Gillick, made of anodized aluminium, formica and plywood

Renovation Filter Lobby Diagram #1: photo credit Courtesy Corvi - Mora, London
Renovation Filter Lobby Diagram #1, by Liam Gillick, created in 2000

View: Filtration 2002: photo credit Courtesy Corvi - Mora, London
View: Filtration 2002, by Liam Gillick, currently in the Whitechapel Gallery in east london

Photo courtesy Anthony Reynolds Gallery
A Tiny Bubble of Complexity 2001, by Keith Tyson, in mixed media

photo courtesy Anthony Reynolds Gallery
Installation at Venice Biennale 2001, by Keith Tyson, mixed media

Courtesy asprey jacques, London
Cinema: Liberty 2001, by Catherine Yass, made using Ilfochrome transparency and lightbox

Courtesy asprey jacques, London
Hema Malini 2001, by Catherine Yass, using Ilfochrome transparency and lightbox

Courtesy asprey jacques, London
Descent: HQ3 2002, by Catherine Yass, using Ilfochrome transparency and lightbox


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Who should win the Turner Prize?

Liam Gillick
 9.09% 

Fiona Banner
 18.77% 

Catherine Yass
 19.98% 

Keith Tyson
 6.80% 

None of the above
 45.35% 

2397 Votes Cast

Results are indicative and may not reflect public opinion

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