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 Tuesday, 17 December, 2002, 15:50 GMT
In pictures: Beck's prize nominees
The shortlist for the UK's biggest arts prize, the 2003 Beck's Futures award, has been revealed.

Displayed here are works by the artists in consideration for the 24,000 first prize.

David Sherry
David Sherry, dressed as a woman, smiling inanely at passers by through a false doorway, on a high street
Francis Upritchard
Francis Upritchard's Save Yourself, a pygmy sized mummy running off a 240v power supply that vibrates and stares
Rosalind Nashashibi
Rosalind Nashashibi's 16mm film of Palestinians visiting the barber in the West Bank
Inventory (Artists' group)
The inventory collective describes its practice as "fierce sociology" and is concerned with contemporary urban life
Nick Crowe
Nick Crowe produces web software and internet sites parodying online communities and personal homepages
Bernd Behr
Bernd Behr's Ectoplasmic, a film of debris falling down a block of flats.
Lucy Skaer
Lucy Skaer's Public Project - a scorpion and diamond left on an Amsterdam pavement
Carey Young
Carey Young, a businesswoman and artist, utilises corporate tools and strategies in her work
Alan Currall
Alan Currall plays with ideas of the British public's enthusiasm for reality TV
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