Author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, 2018 Turner Prize award winner artist Charlotte Prodger and Tate Director Maria Balshaw pose at the Tate Britain in London, December 4, 2018.
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A Scottish artist whose iPhone-shot film celebrates queer lives won Britain's prestigious Turner Prize Tuesday. This year's four finalists for the coveted visual arts award featured works packed with political punch."The stories that I am telling, although they are ... personal, are stories that a lot of people well, I guess queer people have experienced," Prodger said after picking up her 25,000 pound ($32,000) prize.She had been working in relative anonymity for 20 years before being picked to represent Scotland at this year's Venice Biennale.London-based Forensic Architecture used 3D modeling to document the deaths of two people in an Israeli police raid on a Bedouin village in the Negev desert last year.
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