Models play a vital role in Monika Sosnowska's creative process. Made from simple materials such as paper, cardboard, wood and wire, Sosnowska uses hand-made models as a way to develop sculptural form and explore the relation between sculpture, architecture, and experience. In a photo essay about her models, curated by the artist herself, she gives unprecedented insight into her practice. In addition, her use of models is contextualized by two new essays by Martin Waldmeier and Tom Emerson. Moreover, a catalogue of selected models permits readers to trace Sosnowska's journey from installation work to sculpture, offering a valuable resource for anyone interested in her work.