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: Siri Hustvedt next story Related Stories Arts & Culture Issue 24 James Baldwin Timely and therefore timeless: Revisiting the words of James Baldwin. Arts & Culture Fashion Issue 23 Day In The Life: Adia Trischler Adia Trischler speaks about life on set and the difference between having it all and doing it all. Fashion Issue 26 The Gym Gymnastics is one of the most physically demanding sports for the human body. Arts & Culture Issue 14 Leaders of the Pack Yukigassen is a professional snowball-fighting match that involves the frosty slaughter between two teams of seven on a field of snow. Arts & Culture Listening To Sleep Harriet Fitch Little rounds up a selection of podcasts that set out to disprove Edgar Allan Poe's claim of sleep being "little slices of death." Arts & Culture Issue 22 Personality Tests: A Brief History From warfare to psych wards to the workplace, Harriet Fitch Little uncovers our long-standing fascination with personality tests.