My son Aaron, who has a very nice face, tells me that “Pareidolia” is the word for our tendency to see human faces where they do not exist.
We probably see human faces, where they do not actually exist, as a way make the unfamiliar more reassuring.
It’s also reassuring to see actual human faces, especially if they look friendly.
That’s one of the faces of the terrific improv group Men with Coconuts, whom we’ve faced several times this year and during the Festival Fringe in…
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