Duncan Campbell takes the Turner Prize

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Duncan Campbell takes the Turner Prize
2nd December 2014

This years Turner Prize has gone to Dublin-born film artist Duncan Campbell.
He won £25,000 for a video that reflects on African art and includes a dance sequence inspired by Karl Marx.
The piece is called 'It for Others' and the judges described it as "an ambitious and complex film which rewards repeated viewing".
To see who the other contenders were and see a run though of their work, see here.

To talking on the artists work is Doug Gillen is an art blogger and radio presenter.

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