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Turner prize 2012: Adrian Searle looks at the shortlist: ‘craziness is everywhere’

Guardian art critic Adrian Searle finds madness and mayhem at Tate Britain, home of the 2012 Turner prize exhibition. This year’s shortlist is as varied as they come, with the scatological drawings of Paul Noble‘s invented world Nobson alongside a first performance-art nomination in the shape of Spartacus Chetwynd‘s interactive ‘medieval morality plays‘. The two other nominees both focus on film, with Luke Fowler‘s All Divided Selves, about the Scottish psychiatrist RD Laing, and Elizabeth Price‘s The Woolworths Choir of 1979 vying to take the prize.

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