Close Contact Tactile. Physical. Corporeal: Sport as a liberating force for the body. Photography:Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen Photography:Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen twitterfacebookpinterest Arts & Culture Issue 26 This story is from Kinfolk Issue Twenty-Six, available here. Issue Twenty-Six: The Gym previous story Issue Twenty-Six: Bob Ross next story Related Stories Arts & Culture Plantes Parisiennes A photo essay by Parisian photographer Romain Laprade, depicting the overlooked plant life of the French capital. Arts & Culture Issue 16 Excerpt: A Sense of Belonging In his new book, Community: The Structure of Belonging: Peter Block explores how we can become better connected citizens on a local level. Arts & Culture Issue 15 My Bedside Table: The Curator Hans Ulrich Obrist, renowned critic, art historian and curator tells us how he assembles the items next to his bed and shares a few morning rituals. Arts & Culture Issue 16 Keeping it Civil Our lives are dictated by unspoken rules that keep society moving smoothly and civilly. Without them, imagine the impolite chaos that would descend. Arts & Culture Issue 22 Breathing Space Acclaimed Japanese artist Hiroshi Sugimoto discusses his new work on the self-inflicted demise of humanity. Arts & Culture Issue 23 On Schadenfreude Do other people make us laugh, or are we laughing at other people? A comedian offers advice on where to draw the line.