Pareidolia is a psychologist’s term for the brain’s tendency to detect forms and faces in nature where none exist. Whether naming constellations, reading tea-leaves or watching animal clouds float through the sky, humans have long tried to make sense of the chaos around us.

Artist Matt Westbrook takes us on a walking ‘safari’ around King’s Wood nature reserve, one of Corby’s oldest woods, that will shine a light on the shadowy recesses of human perception and artistic creativity.

Tickets are £5.50. Read more and buy them here.

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