Much has been said and written about the acclaimed Polish poet, novelist, playwright and actor Miron Białoszewski, who was a prominent figure in Poland's cultural scene from the 1940s till the 1960s. However, this new exhibition at the Wola Museum of Warsaw presents his life and work in a new light. Namely, it aims to show that while he was dubbed 'a poet apart', it was actually the network of various individuals, artists and groups with whom he lived and created (both during German occupation and Stalinist times) that allowed his talents to truly flourish. Hence the name of the exhibition. Additionally, the exhibition will see the unveiling of Białoszewski's Sonic Monument. Created by Wojciech Bąkowski, it incorporates the artist's readings, recordings and other audio experiments.