Daily Archives: April 10, 2016

Buzzing Pareidolia Part One

Today, my research is centered on creating images which evoke pareidolia, and, secondarily, on the understanding of serendipity in adult experience and development. Pareidolia is not a well-known term despite one expert’s calling it a buzzword. But, pareidolia doesn’t even … Continue reading

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