For a lot of creatives, creating is primarily a visual process. You sketch — look at what you've created and make adjustments based on that. But what if we were able to bypass the visual part, by using text-to-image AI?
Some say that language is the most direct way of control because it's closest to thinking. But I think many creators would argue otherwise. They want to turn off their thinking, get out of their heads and into their intuïtion. They want less reason and more 'happy accidents'.
I'm wondering: in the coming decades we might only create via text prompts. Will this mean that we lose our ability to visually associate?