The ocular-centric word ‘image’ seemed to me to be an insufficient term to convey the complex multisensory and synaesthesic experience of seeing or making a drawing. I became interested in cognitive science, neuroscience and the embodied mind. I began to ask: What makes an image transcend the symbolic and the representational? How is a drawing or a 2D image embodied by the mind? How does the body present itself in your mind? Does the body ‘scan’ itself and present a multisensory textural image/sensation in the mind? Lines, forms and shapes are residues and imprints of physical sensation. Drawing the embodied line is the foundation of my art practice.