Dystopia, from greek « dys » : bad, difficult, impaired and « topos » : place
Since childhood, we have been encouraged to define us, to choose which path in life we will take. But when we grow up, we are torn by existential questions. We realize that our modern life can be absurd, that our desires and well-being doesn’t fit with our model of society. But there isn’t obvious solution. We feel obliged to accept the rules, this nonsense, pushing us into an endless and unchanging reflection.