Visual Thinking: how the brain understands and represents what we see
Pedro Urchegui Bocos
The concept of Visual Thinking is introduced by Rudolph Arnheim, who published a book with this title in 1969. It is the work of a psychologist interested in the processes of perception and visual reasoning who uses examples of art as a developed expression of these processes.
However, Visual Thinking is a construct that explains the mental, artistic and scientific representation that we make of the world and the reality that surrounds us.