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October 2nd, 2012

Four Turner Prize shortlisted artists showcased their work last night at the show’s inauguration.  For the first time a performance artist has been nominated, Londoner Spartacus Chetwynd.  When asked about if her art is contemporary, the artist, who lives and works in a nudist colony, and who arrived in a beard, stated, “We’re all alive at the moment so that would make it contemporary.” Once again on display at Tate Britain, the show also presents the work of Glaswegian Luke Fowler, Londoner Elizabeth Price and Londoner Paul Noble and runs through Jan 6th.

Read the article via The Independent