Pareidolia is the tendency of the brain to create meaning by the assimilation of random forms to referenced forms. A kind of optical illusion that involves associating a shapeless and ambiguous visual stimulus with a clear and identifiable element, often a human or animal form. The expectations, the predispositions, the culture of each one has an impact on these projections. The series focuses upon the processes inherent in the creation of an object in clay. Plastic drapery is a recurrent visual in the atelier work space.