David Signy-Hagbard Doorway effect: forgotten is an empty room. Remembering is a full room. Empty rooms are extended doorways. But empty rooms can be full of objects or people or motion because it’s not that they’re empty but… … .. hm. what is that concept. … . . the space does not provide affordance of purpose… or maybe it affords us to ask “Why am I here?”, or affords us to forget. It affords a forgetting. Looking up “affordance of purpose” to see if it’s used anywhere, I only found a single result in all of Google. I understand Gibsonian affordance of usage… and I think I understand the

David Signy-Hagbard Doorway effect: forgotten is an empty room. Remembering is a full room. Empty rooms are extended doorways. But empty rooms can be full of objects or people or motion because it’s not that they’re empty but…
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hm. what is that concept. …
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the space does not provide affordance of purpose… or maybe it affords us to ask “Why am I here?”, or affords us to forget. It affords a forgetting.
 
Looking up “affordance of purpose” to see if it’s used anywhere, I only found a single result in all of Google. I understand Gibsonian affordance of usage… and I think I understand the

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