• Ralf Peters

    Galerie Mosel und Tschechow

    Wrestling with the spatial nature of so-called installation art, Ralf Peters attempts to use the models of Conceptual art without limiting himself to merely documenting and sketching his works. In attempting to liberate himself from institutional, topographic, and social frames, while still producing works that speak of his ideas, Peters developed a system of models entitled “64 Modelle” (64 Models, 1993–95). He expressly designates these models as commodities, packs them in semitransparent film, and stacks them chaotically as if in a warehouse. On the wrapping there is a brief description of

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