The exhibition, as its title foretells, presents the challenges young artists face in terms of politics, history and the possibilities of technology - challenges which require comfortable footwear to wage their battles within these realms.
Unlike its title would suggest, the show doesn't represent any particular "scene". It aims to draw a narrative of a fragile present, an uncertain future, and a sense of impending change, after which nothing - in neither art nor reality - will ever be the same again. This narrative is told through each individual work of art created by a dozen of Poland's brightest talents.
The sculptor, painter, graphic artist, scenery designer Jan Berdyszak, whose art is deeply influenced by the philosophies of the Far East, focuses here on the problems of representation of space and reality and the process of its perception.
Teatr Wiczy's public space project is an intriguing way to acquaint viewers from all over the world with prominent personalities in Polish arts and culture. Between 27-28 of October, the Polish alphabet took over the streets of Tokyo.