The joyful photo works of Marius Glauer in “Dreams and Memories” lead us to where we’ve been or to where we want to be – may it be an Old Masters gallery, a glamorous sanatorium or a Buddhist temple surrounded by lotus flowers. Open to different readings based on divers cultural backgrounds, one can discover everything from glossy collages to dystopian robots and vanitas still lifes in his images. The works demonstrate Glauer’s fascination for sur- and interfaces. He constantly challenges flatness in it’s extreme forms, while he creates the most tactile pictures at the same time. One can immediately feel, smell and even taste his works. And just like other sweet vices, they make you wanna have more.