” If the city were, one day, to lose its “swarming mass” of inhabitants, it would simultaneously lose its worth as a city, for it is the swarming mass which shapes the city. Creating intertwined paths and weaving places, “the pedestrian movements form one of those “real systems whose existence in fact makes up the city”.” If I walk down the street being reminded of certain incidents in my life, then that is the way that the street will exist not just for me, but also within the context of the entire city.” Michel de Certeau, The Practice of Everyday Life, 1984

It has been a slow year for OMNIBUS because its members both moved (back and forth). However we have been productive and there is more to come this year.

Wishing you a late but warm new year 2015!