Models stand for representation, reduction and downsizing of what should be reality in the future. The present shows the future. In the art context, the model stands for itself, as a template for a sculpture or painting, as a three-dimensional maquette of an idea. Perspectives are developed on a small scale and it is up to the viewer to locate them in a larger context. There are accessible worlds that we can experience when we let in a change of dimensions. Like children who lose themselves in the game with a model train, we can make landscape, buildings and art tangible. Photographs of these models are perceived both as an independent picture and as an image of the picture. The artistic positions merge and expand our perception by the dimension of time and space. A collaboration between different positions and working methods let emerge a truly new model.