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After winning the 2013 Turner Prize, Laure Prouvost, said: "Thank you for adopting me, for having a French one, I feel adopted by the UK".
The French artist's art work Wantee is set in a mock tea party setting and opens with the question: "Would you like some tea?"
It is a response to the artist Kurt Schwitters and its title stems from the fact that Schwitters' girlfriend was nicknamed Wantee as she repeatedly asks "want tea".
2013 Turner Prize winner Laure Prouvost talks about her video installation Wantee which is set in a mocked up tea party and her unique approach to film-making.