The Reconstruction Group was established in spring 2017 as an element of the Sculpture Park program in Bródno, in cooperation with young people participating in the program Dig the Museum and students of the Faculty Visual Culture Management at the Academy of Arts in Warsaw. Over time the Group has become an independent platform whose goal it is to search for new meanings and applications of works and artistic practices from the 20th and 21st centuries.
The actions of the Reconstructive Group consist of 'participatory lectures' using art history in practice, through repetitions and reconstructions. The group uses artistic resources such as scenarios of the Museum of Arte Útil collected by the Cuban artist Tania Bruguera, instructions created by conceptual artists in the 1960s and 1970s, scores of experimental composers, architects and choreographers. Reconstruction is not only a vivid lesson in the history of art, it is also a test of the vitality and effectiveness of artistic proposals from the past. Through re-enactment, art becomes a part of everyday life: a gathering, a common tree planting, investigating a city or civic disobedience