Monde Interieur is a zine created during the COVID-19 pandemic as a means of exploring the uncharted territory of people’s inner worlds in a time of stasis:
What does “inner world” mean to you? Is it your home or your bedroom? The inner workings of your mind – your dreams, imaginings, moods? Or is it, perhaps, the most intimate corner of your private life?
Issue 2 is loosely based on the little superpowers we call the senses. An ode to the richness they bring to the unique landscapes of our lives:
There’s a pilgrimage from Porto up the Atlantic Coast on the Camino de Santiago, an artist’s residence on the island of Mallorca, a stop in San Sebastian to talk about the weather, and then off to Copenhagen for a conversation on clay. We make our way to Santa Barbara to wax lyrical about figs and other fresh fruits, and finally, back to London for a talk about voice at Diogenes the Dog in Elephant and Castle.