The large format drawings by Dennis Scholl are full of details: Human figures in surreal worlds are absurdly depicted, most of whom have a reference to art history or 1950s Film Noir. The image is frequently interfused with symbols of Christian iconography. His drawing style is so accurate and the individual sections are so vivid and realistic that these random visual worlds are even more striking. They elude every unambiguous interpretation and remain a mystery. They play with the viewer’s fantasy, referring to dreams and the depths of the unconscious.