French-born photographer Lisa Lapierre (24), living and working in Brussels, has been working on teenage behavior and relationships for several years now. “Being young is the most intense experience. With my photographs I try to explore the physical, social and emotional aspects of adolescence, as well as the formation of identity,“ she says about her fascination for documenting youth culture. What better place is there in Belgium to immortalize the uninhibited and authentic fleeting moments of youth as the legendary Dour festival, where Lisa’s lens seemingly goes unnoticed, capturing festivalgoers without judgment, a tender eye, and completely unstaged, dancing, sleeping, laughing, kissing. A soft and at the same time raw account of youth in Belgium today (and a See you there exclusive).