For his latest project, Still life, Wim Bosch purchased plastic model houses offered on digital marketplaces. Dating from the '50s and '60s, a period of optimism, growing wealth, rising individualism and new leisure activities such as modeling, the world was literally a kit for the model builder. In the attic or at the kitchen table, he was the master of the universe. Some buildings appear torn from their former plastic world without compassion by the descendants of the builders. The accurately exposed and photographed models exhibit traces of bygone times in dust, scratches, stains and damage.