Granser´s project "Sun City" is a series about a retirement colony in the
American southwest, where you are only allowed to live, if you are over 55
years of age. In this strange city of spunky senior citizens, he encountered
countless whimsical details. He took wrinkles, cacti, hair dryer hoods and plastic flamingos and
compiled them into a basically true and only slightly exaggerated story about
the future of aging. In "Sun City" being a senior doesn't mean sitting in a
rocking chair on the porch, looking back at the past, gradually taking one's
leave of life. Quite the opposite: Granser's picture story is peopled by men
and women who without any compromises or sentimentality have radically
reinvented themselves in their latter years. Granser approaches this strange
world with a sense of wonder and not with cynicism.
Christoph Ribbat, from the book "Alzheimer"