Cover story—the sensational Alison Goldfrapp on her new photographs, exploring aspects of her creative life and visual work, and being in the moment.
YES & No represents a defiant movement against the certainties that increasingly divide us. It speaks to a constituency dismayed by the stark choices that have defined the political landscape in the last year. It is for people who believe in a more fluid, creative approach; for people who see value in exploring life from all sides and who embrace a multiple range of solutions.
YES & NO is tolerant, exploratory, and curious; it contains a stimulating mixture of science, art, and culture, designed to raise questions than to provide answers. It’s a manifesto for anyone who embraces life’s complexities rather than confining it within the parameters of either yes or no.