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Have you ever heard the term "pareidolia"? It describes the tendency to see faces in inanimate objects like a teapot or an electrical outlet. The human brain, in fact, seeks to find patterns and meaningful shapes, like faces, in our surroundings.
Now the Akron Art Museum has a new exhibit about this very phenomenon.
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