cherdonna shinatra is creating joyful spaces through queer feminist art
i-D speaks with the artist about how she challenges traditional museum spaces with drag, dance, and clowning.
listen to this genre-bending acid house hip-hop electro mix
Ahead of playing at Belfast’s AVA Festival, Irish DJ Sally C has whipped us up a mind-melting trip of a playlist. You’re welcome!
sofia boutella says gaspar noé’s ‘climax’ will make you feel something
The French-Algerian actress shares what it was like making the LSD-laced dance-horror with one of film’s most divisive directors.
nick monaco's 'heroin disco' is a distorted dance track about the opioid crisis
The DJ and producer turns his attention to America's overdose epidemic — throwing a surreal dance party where everything's not what it seems.
adam curtis explores that illuminati pop stars conspiracy
The filmmaker's new dance project — a collaboration with Rosie Kay — imagines Britney Spears and Beyoncé under the influence of the CIA.
james whiteside defies the heteronormative world of ballet
i-D talks to the ballet superstar about his psychosexual dance play, and his Dairy Queens drag persona Ühu Betch.
photographing l.a.'s most inspiring young dancers
i-D hits the streets of L.A. with photographer Juan Veloz to capture nine young dancers chasing their dreams.
photographing the boys of the bolshoi ballet
Former dancer and photographer Kurtiss Lloyd visited the Bolshoi Ballet School, one of the oldest and most esteemed ballet companies in the world, to capture its unique beauty.
movement: queen moves | presented by new balance
i-D travels the globe in search of athletic subcultures that are creating a movement in their city through sport. In the first episode of an all new 3-part series, MOVEMENT presented by New Balance, we follow Queen Moves, a dance collective based in...
Presented by New Balance
can you 'work it?' missy elliott is looking for backup dancers
The rapper is holding auditions in Atlanta this week.
capturing pantsulas, south africa’s vibrant street dancers decked out in dickies
Pantsula — an ecstatic dance form that interfaces with American music and Apartheid struggle — has developed in South African townships for over 50 years.
meet jack powers, the performance artist who stole the show at london fashion week men's
The New York-born, London-based poet, dancer, musician, and designer shares a slice of his life after wowing crowds at Charles Jeffrey and Art School shows during Fashion Week.