Szende Gidó, artist from Székelyudvarhely has always been close to the puritanical world of graphics. Her work is characterized by the endless textural arrays, by the low-key choice for monochrome colors and by the use of clean shapes. Her work is also greatly influenced by the mystical and enigmatical utopia, the so called nowhere place. She is particularly interested in negative utopias, such as the space for the fantastic and for visions, where science reigns at the same time on the individual and on society too. In her works the individual is not more than a code in an automated registered system, belonging to this system, from where one wants to escape by all means possible. In this cold phalanstery, austere, emotion free, inhuman world it is prohibited to think, to feel or to be different. There is no individuality, free will, rationality or human dignity. This ideal social order culminates in a unified and global level, which is at the same time modern and organized, thus building on science seems to put an end to chaos.