Turner Prize won by video artist Elizabeth Price

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Video artist Elizabeth Price has won the Turner Prize, one of the art world's most prestigious and controversial awards.

Yorkshire-born Price uses archival images, text and music to create works exploring the human relationship to objects and consumer culture.

She secured the £25,000 prize for her video installation, The Woolworths Choir of 1979, 2012.

Actor Jude law presented the artist with the award at Tate Britain in London.

Turner Prize 2012, courtesy of Channel 4

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