Yes, we don’t is a paradoxical affirmation, a suspended ‘No’ that openly assumes its absence of illusion and destination. It is not the resistance of Bartleby who with the famous phrase ‘I would prefer not to’ neutralised reality to upset the norms. Yes, we don’t is more a playful and transgressive attitude, sometimes skirting the absurd, the slogan of a posture in which suspension is affirmed before a decision about possible destinations and measurement of the amplitude of its reception…

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