"No Man's Land represents isolated women occupying the margins of southern European environments. Shot entirely with Google Street View, Henner's method of online intelligence-gathering results in an unsettling reflection on surveillance, voyeurism and the contemporary landscape."
Google are very clear on the issue of exhibiting their imagery : http://www.google.co.uk/permissions/geoguidelines.html
From what I can see - Mishka has entered and is exhibiting 'work' that he hasn't produced - with a potential payoff of £30,000.00 if he wins the prize. Have Google ok'd this - did he approach them?
Hmmmmm, lots of questions, and certainly a very provocative choice of shortlist for such a high profile Prize. What example does this set regarding image ownership...finders keepers?
( images + official synopsis taken from http://thephotographersgallery.org.uk ... and yes, I appreciate the irony in me screengrabbing from the internet and re-posting! )