Artists in 1970’s gave up dreaming of a museum as the final destination for their works. They also denied the sense of sophisticated artistic techniques based on centuries-old experience. The art gallery PERMAFO in Wrocław, which was created in 1970 by Natalia Lach-Lachowicz and Andrzej Lachowicz, with support of a Warsaw artist Zbigniew Dłubak and a critic Antoni Dzieduszycki, placed new media first. A camera and a video camera created the basis for their art. However, instruction, dreaming sessions, telepathy, ideas which had never been  realized and meetings remained very important as well. Thanks to a gallery such as PERMAFO – whose flood after the Visual Arts Symposium in Wrocław ’70 (Sympozjum Plastyczne Wrocław ’70) became a real phenomena in the city – we are able to talk about Wrocław as a meeting place.  But is the variety of those artistic suggestions actually well-known today?