Stephan Mörsch is an artist with an interest in reconstructing existing architecture on a scale of 1:10. He is primarily concerned with self-organised building activity, such as the refugee settlements, the so-called Jungles, that are constantly being built in the northern French port city of Calais. Or most recently the tree house settlements of the forest squatters protesting against brown coal mining in Hambacher Forst near Cologne/Germany. In addition to the building of models, he researches the use of architectural models in religious and representative processions and demonstrations. Among other things, he taught in the master’s programme Spatial Strategies at the Weissensee School of Art in Berlin from 2011-2018.