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Here’s a thought about strategic, spatial arrangement of images

In a gallery, sequence and character are unmoored from an explicit narrative, but that doesn’t make an application of McCloud’s or any other theorists’ ideas invalid. In any case, I predict that our narrative facility is still engaged without it, and I’d argue that much recent, brilliant work in comics allows its gutters, sequence, and associative qualities to thwart clear storytelling.

– Kailyn Kent, in Gallery Cartoonists on Hooded Utilitarian

The article is 3½ years old, but I post the link here in support of my tongue in cheek inclusion of gallery hangings in a comics definition 🙂

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