"Merging faces" was a two week long solo exhibition by Holly Schroder, held at the Allpress Studio in Auckland.
Merging faces is a collection of work that encompasses a quality of discovering hidden images.
“Through spending time with the multilayered works, different things will unravel and emerge over time”.
A concept that has been an ongoing influence to Schroder’s work is called "Pareidolia", this is when the mind perceives a familiar pattern of something where none actually exists - like the way you notice shapes in the clouds or rock formations.
So through this element of discovery, each person could be seeing something different depending on their unique experience of the world.