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Turner Prize nominees on show in Gateshead

A sculpture made of cellophane and vaseline, a video installation of the moon and paintings of a council estate are in an exhibition of artworks that are up for the Turner Prize.

Pieces by the four nominees - Karla Black, Martin Boyce, Hilary Lloyd and George Shaw - have now been installed at the Baltic gallery in Gateshead.

It is the first time the exhibition and ceremony have been held outside a Tate venue.

Curator Laurence Sillars took the BBC's David Sillito for a tour of the exhibition.

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