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Issue 36

This summer, learn how to put the poetry back in motion with Kinfolk. The Movement Issue explores how rhythms fast and slow keep our lives moving forward, and celebrates the exceptional individuals using movement as a vehicle for physical prowess, self-expression and social cohesion.

Motin wears a top, trousers, sweater and dress by Baserange.

Marion Motin

The celebrated choreographer talks to Daphnée Denis about her belief in “immediate movement”—and why touring with Madonna almost broke her.


Roderick Cox

In Berlin, Stephanie d’Arc Taylor meets the man who makes music move—orchestra conductor Roderick Cox.

Bridgers wears a trench
coat by Jac + Jack.

Phoebe Bridgers

Phoebe Bridgers likes Joni Mitchell, astrology and working on her issues. Eve Barlow meets the singer remaking emo in her own image.

Slate wears a sweater by COS and a coat and trousers by Aje.

Jenny Slate

What do you get when you cross a free spirit with a stand-up comedian? At home in Los Angeles, Jenny Slate delivers the punch line.


At Work With: Hariri & Hariri

Sisters Gisue Hariri and Mojgan Hariri have always been “partners in crime." Charles Shafaieh meets them at their New York architecture studio.


Run for Your Life

Debika Ray meets the white-collar workers giving up vacations to participate in races that prioritize mental stamina—and money—over physical fitness.


Rebecca Horn

The German conceptual artist Rebecca Horn has spent a half-century using fans, feathers and curious masks to extend the human body.


Cult Rooms

Throughout history, philosophers physicians and the state have all muscled in on the gym.

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