Duncan Campbell wins 2014 Turner Prize

Duncan Campbell, portrait, Turner Prize 2014. Courtesy Tate James Richards, still from Rosebud, 2013. © the artist, courtesy Cabinet London and Rodeo, Istanbul Tris Vonna-Michell, OU: Finding Chopin 2012. Courtesy the Artist, Cabinet, London and Jan Mott, Brussels Ciara Phillips Things Shared 2014, installation shot. © the artist, Courtesy Tate Photgraphy

Duncan Campbell has been announced as the winner of the 2014 Turner Prize, receiving £25,000 at a ceremony and reception at Tate Britain. The other artists in the running were Tris Vonna-Michell, Ciara Philips and James Richards. Each of the shortlisted artists, who must be under 50 and either British or UK-based, also received. £5,000. They were selected this year by a jury which included Stefan Kalmar of Artists Space, New York; Helen Legg of Spike Island, Bristol; and Sarah McCrory of Glasgow International Festival.

Dublin-born, Glasgow-based Duncan Campbell was nominated for a video that was part of Scotland's entry in last year's Venice Biennale.

Canada-born printmaker Ciara Philips is also Glasgow-based. She was shortlisted for her exhibition at The Showroom, London, where she set up a temporary print studio and invited artists, designers, and local women's groups to produce new screen prints. She is also one of the cofounders of The Poster Club, a collective of artists who gather to make screenprints, textiles, photographs and wall paintings.

James Richards is a video collagist who creates dreamy, disturbing films stitched together with seemingly unrelated found footage.

Tris Vonna-Michell is known for his use of slideshows to tell narratives which explore personal histories. Like Phillips and Campbell, the Essex-born artist is a graduate of the Glasgow School of Art

Last year the prize was won by UK-based French artist Laure Prouvost.

The Turner Prize 2014 exhibition continues at Tate Britain through 4 January 2015.