Next week four finalists will battle it out to win Britain's most prestigious contemporary art prize, the Turner Prize.
Can you do better than Grayson Perry's pots?
The shortlisted pieces, on display at London's Tate Britain gallery, include an interactive digital reconstruction of Osama Bin Laden's base in Afghanistan and a headless sculpture based on a 18th-Century French painting.
Last year the £40,000 prize was won by transvestite potter Grayson Perry, whose vases beat the Chapman Brothers, whose lewd inflatable dolls had been favourites to win.
In the past Charles Saatchi, among others, has dismissed the pieces shortlisted for the prize as "pseudo-controversial claptrap".
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