This exhibit was born out of the memories of some summers I spent at a summer camp as a teenager. I always felt, in those times, that I was living in moments at once powerful, precious, and rare. It was a parenthetical time in my life - nobody knew me there, so I could play whatever part I wanted, freed from the constraints of space and time. This series of twenty photographs, reveal the theatrical "part-playing" of adolescents, which doesn't quite disguise their true selves – fragile, vulnerable, transparent.

Marion Poussier One Summer