Models oscillate between that protective area in which they are still an idea, and the potency with which they already play a role in the world.
In this way, models create spaces of possibilities. They remain mutable, so that interim conclusions challenge us to turn short-circuits into longer life cycles.
This publication presents 47 very different models developed in recent years in my project field at the Institute of Production and Process Design of the Berlin University of the Arts.
My observations attempt to be more than just a portrait of the respective model. They aim to make tangible the potential of experimental approaches with the help of the most varied modelling strategies.