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Stretching out the summer on Madeira’s volcanic coastline.

Stretching out the summer on Madeira’s volcanic coastline.

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 dress Victoria Beckham.

Marion Motin

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

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Roderick Cox

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

  • Arts & Culture

Jenny Slate

What do you get when you cross a free spirit with a stand-up comedian? Over lemon squares at home in Los Angeles, Jenny Slate delivers the punch line. Words by Robert Ito. Photography by Emman Montalvan. Styling by Jesse Arifien. Makeup by Kirin Bhatty. Hair by Nikki Providence. Set Design by Kelly Fondry. Photo Assistants by Patrick Molina & Angel Castro.

Current Issue
New rhythms: How to put the poetry back in motion.
Selected Stories
Youmans' next feature-length project will focus on the New Orleans chapter of the Black Panthers in the 1970s.

Phillip Youmans

The 20-year-old director talks to Sharine Taylor about walking the tightrope between teen prodigy and award-winning filmmaker.

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.

Kinfolk Dosan

A New Community Space in Seoul.

A New Community Space in Seoul.

The Kinfolk Long Listen
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Birdwatching:
Jason Ward

Whether trapped in a bad situation or just terrible traffic, watching birds in flight has always helped naturalist Jason Ward unwind. Amanda Avutu joins him for a walk through an Atlanta park.

Whether trapped in a bad situation or just terrible traffic, watching birds in flight has always helped naturalist Jason Ward unwind. Amanda Avutu joins him for a walk through an Atlanta park.

  • Music

Roderick Cox

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

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