French digital artist Laure Prouvost has won this year's Turner Prize, the prestigious British award for contemporary art.
The video installation called Wantee was set in a mocked-up tea party by the London-based artist.
The award, which earns the winner €30,000, was presented by actress Saoirse Ronan at a ceremony in Derry, the first UK City of Culture.
It is the first time the world-famous exhibition has been staged outside of England.
Prouvost (35), who combines digital imagery for the "Instagram generation" with atmospheric installations, said: "Thank you for adopting me, for having a French one. I feel adopted by the UK."
Established in 1984, the Turner Prize is awarded to a contemporary artist under 50, living, working or born in Britain.
Prouvost said her work referenced how the current generation consume media.