The cover image of MONU #29 is part of Pierre Huyghe’s contribution “Les Grands Ensembles” on page 25.
©Marian Goodman Gallery Paris/New York

On October 15, we released MONU’s issue #29 on the topic of “Narrative Urbanism”.

“To create a better general culture of understanding around architecture, urban design and urban development issues, we need to use all of the narrative tools that we have at our disposal, claims Cassim Shepard in the interview we did with him entitled “Understanding Urban Narratives: What Cannot be Measured” for this new issue of MONU, “Narrative Urbanism”. Being a filmmaker, he points out that moving images in this day and age are particularly effective forms of communication as they have the capacity to make people want to engage. For him, filmmaking is a very useful process that taught him how to talk to people, how to listen to people, how to observe spaces critically and with an open mind, in order to understand the unique urban dynamics that make every space special and worthy of care…” continue reading on MONU’s website.