Wu, Jean C.
Master of Architecture
Our perspective, which in the past has been accepted as common sense, does not work under all circumstances. Many of our individual actions still have this characteristic. The spontaneous variation of sense has occurred, or is occurring now. Are those the effects of human experience on their surroundings, or is it no longer adequate to concentrate on the primary effects and neglect all secondary influences? This constant change from order to disorder is a product of textuality. There is no set amount of order or disorder in reference either to the text or to the receiver's memory, just as a communication machine gets its experience from all the information icons in our environment. The experience becomes the unfragmented memory flow through in the extension space, all in a unidirectional flow. This means swifter connections, through self-reproducing learning, become a whole experience.