The verbal and visual narrative act like a duet — at times one mode leads the communication and other times it is the union of the visual and verbal that produces clarity. There is never a perfect way — it is simply about creating space for different connections.
When I develop a visual and verbal narrative there is a constant dialogue between the two — sometimes the presentation inspires the narrative and other times it acts in reverse. The inner conversation supports the making — it’s discourse that adds a depth and richness to the making. This conversation is where practice shifts to praxis, and reflection to reflexivity.