This work is about the scrapping of monuments and meanings. In the early ’90s in Poland a major-scale dismantling of monuments was taking place. Practically every town had some kind of statue that it wanted to get rid of; most of them were of great heroes of the Soviet revolution: Lenin and Feliks Dzierżyński, the founder of the KGB, but other statues took a fall as well. Some were given “facelifts”: by changing their features and recoding meanings, they were turned into different statues. But most were dragged from their central, privileged positions to the junkyard. The avant-garde musician Bogdan Mizerski plays on pipes found in the junkyard. The pipes are the degraded remains of a statue overturned and hauled from its public place: They used to soar skyward in the center of Sosnowiec, a Silesian mining town, symbolizing a gigantic organ glorifying revolution. The name of the statue was “Revolutionary Deed”.