Frankly I think they might as well cancel the whole ridiculous Turner Prize farce, once and for all..
This years finalists, Helen Cammock, Oscar Murillo, Tai Shani, and Lawrence Abu Hamdan, decided to make a political statement (whilst holding a 'Tories Out' sign), and asked the Turner Prize committee to award them all a joint prize, in some protest about the government. For some bizarre reason the committee capitulated, and they now all share the prize.
I have never heard of contestants in any competition actually telling the judges to whom they should award their prize.
As for the work itself, above is Helen Cammock's offering (The Long Note). The other three were almost as hapless.
Above is my own version of Ms Cammock's oeuvre (The Longer Note). Prizeworthy?
So, I am advising the committee to give up now, before you make even bigger fools of yourselves in 2020. The Turner Prize has run its course.