Drawing is my most important tool for thinking. I love to visualize things, to put them in relation and to illuminate them with humour. Images are the actual language of the brain for me. Everything we think is represented spatially.
For example, we set priorities, we take matters into one’s own hands, events cast their shadows, something is causing big waves or a brilliant opportunity is looming. Our language is full of pictorial descriptions.
Images open up spaces of possibility and can give thoughts more space and a different direction, highly sensitive subjects can be observed from a distance, perhaps even with humour. This creates the ability to act and power of impulse.
Graphic recording is more than an illustrated XXL transcript.