Our relationships with cities are like our relationships with people; both are discovered physically,
emotionally and psychologically. We explore each with our senses, our minds and with our hearts.
We try to understand the physical structure and the emotional territory that unfolds in our wanderings.

We are tourists.

We touch, taste, see, smell and listen. We navigate. We know. We get lost, we find ourselves at home.
History and circumstance colour our understanding, and we construct meaning and value from
what we experience. Only the city has a guidebook. Only the city has a map.

Things are complicated.