Forensic Architecture shortlisted for Turner Prize

Collage by Forensic Architecture, 2018

Practice’s human rights work praised by Tate jury

Forensic Architecture has been shortlisted for the Turner Prize.

It is only the second time an architect has been in the running for the £25,000 contemporary art prize, after Assemble won it in 2015.

Forensic is a research-based practice known for using architectural methods to gather evidence of human rights abuses.

It is shortlisted alongside film-makers Naeem Mohaiemen, Charlotte Prodger and Luke Willis Thompson.

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