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In pictures: Turner Prize 2004
Jeremy Deller
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Turner Prize winner Jeremy Deller's submitted work includes a documentary called Memory Bucket, which was inspired by a trip to Texas.
Jeremy Deller
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Deller, who won 25,00, also exhibited The History of The World 1997-2004, a giant piece of graffiti which links seemingly random words.
Yinka Shonibare
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Yinka Shonibare was one of four artists shortlisted for the 2004 Turner Prize. His body of work includes Maxa 2003, a eclectic assembly of fabric and paint.
Yinka Shonibare
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Included in Shonibare's Turner submissions is an exhibit called The Swing, inspired by Fragonard's 18th Century painting.
Langlands and Bell
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Ben Langlands and Nikki Bell were official war artists when they travelled to Afghanistan in 2001. Their collection includes an interactive digital reconstruction of Osama Bin Laden's house.
Langlands and Bell
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Langlands and Bell's Frozen Sky is made up of airport codes from around the world.
Kutlug Ataman
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Turkish-born Kutlug Ataman presents his new six-screen video installation entitled Twelve, which he filmed in south-eastern Turkey.
Kutlug Ataman
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It features six people talking about their past and present lives, exploring their personal histories and challenging conventional language.

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