slé and the odyssey of australia’s vogueing scene
House of Slé's Bhenji Ra on family, the power of dance and Sissy Ball: the Sydney event uniting the world's voguing community.
exploring horror and beauty in the music of LA suffocated
How murderous Avon ladies and demonic plastic surgeons inspire the sounds of this incredible Sydney duo.
koco carey is dancing between paradise, genealogy and gender
Meet the dancer putting cultural storytelling back into performance.
introducing mika benesh, fluorescent art wunderkind
Mika Benesh talks reframing Judaism, “nodelling” and the power of golden hour.
for queer kids in the bush, theatre is a lifeline at risk of disappearing
As cuts to arts funding continue to threaten youth theatre programs across regional Australia, we look at how these organisations serve as a resource and outlet for marginalised and isolated teens.
approaching cultural politics via the dance floor
For DJ Sezzo Snot, parties are a way to engage with culture, politics, love and sovereignty.
inside the first australian agency to "solely represent dark-skinned models"
“Just improving representation will not cause major change by itself, but symbolism matters, and we want it to be a starting point, not an end goal.”
nailympia is a look into the emotions, skills and community of nail technicians
The two day event is a window into the emotional highs and lows of nail art.
style hero sarah jane adams doesn’t care about ‘age appropriate behaviour’
Meet the 61-year-old model living out all your Instagram fantasies.
meet @ilovebrucewillis, the margot tenenbaum of instagram
i-D caught up with the enigmatic online artist to talk about the joys of confusing your audience.
sydney trans art icon bhenji ra makes the world they want to see
The Australian artist speaks to i-D about identity, culture, getting what you deserve, and life under an Aquarius moon.