The shortlist for this year's Turner Prize has been revealed at Tate Britain, and for the first time in the history of the award, all four pieces in the running are videos.
With a distinctly political feel, the works tackle issues around conflict, race, crime and state-sponsored violence.
Director of Tate Britain Alex Farquharson said: 'The artists shortlisted for this year's Turner Prize are tackling some of today's most important issues, from queer identity, human-rights abuses and police brutality to post-colonial migration and the legacy of liberation movements.
"For the first time, all the shortlisted artists work with the moving image and it's thrilling to see how wide a range of techniques and styles they use."
The public will able to view the works from Thursday until January 6 2019. The winner will be announced at an awards ceremony on December 4.