The bit that blew me away was the fact that the enormous prints which hung on the walls of Lincoln's Usher Gallery could never be repeated. Copied, yes. First editions, yes. Repeated? Never again. The vivid prints that hung there, frozen in time as it were, were one of a kind and were not only of their time but of the millisecond they were created when Joan Fontcuberta entered his...
Katherine Wildman is a Yorkshire lass who recently returned to the UK after two sticky years spent living in Singapore where learned how to distinguish her apertures from her shutter speeds, how to 'show not tell', to know a purple chakra when she sees one and do a downward dog with her heels on the mat. Now based in Newcastle upon Tyne she plans to investigate Northern arts scene with her trusty Nikon in one hand and a pad and paper in the other.