Turner Prize-winning work returns home to Coniston

Laure Prouvost, Wantee, 2013. Photo: © Hydar Dewach. Courtesy the artist and MOT International

2013 Turner Prize winner Laure Prouvost's film installation, Wantee, made in the Cumbrian village of Coniston, in the Lake District, with help from local residents, is now on show in Coniston's Ruskin Museum, with the aim of boosting the cultural profile of the museum and the village, the BBC reports.

The work was a co-commission from Coniston based Grizedale Arts, whose previous collaborations in the village include Turner nominee Liam Gillick's redesign of the shelves in the library.

The exhibition runs through 9 March 2014.