There are four judges for the Source-Cord Prize. Over the coming weeks we will publish interviews with each of them. The first interview is with Kate Bush, a curator who has worked in many of the most important photography and art institutions in London, starting with the seminal photography gallery (also publisher of the influential magazine) Camerawork. She later moved on to the ICA, the Photographers' Gallery and most recently worked at the Barbican Art Galleries.
Kate has been responsible for a number of the most ambitious photography shows held in the UK including Everything was Moving in 2012 and In the Face of History in 2006, both at the Barbican. My own personal favourite is a show she curated at The Photographers' Gallery in 2001 Richard Wentworth / Eugene Atget: Faux Amis for bringing together such an unexpected pairing of artist and photographer to reveal something unexpected about both of them.
To find out more about the Source-Cord Prize and how to take part see here.