Isa Marcelli was born in 1958 in Algeria. In 1996, she moved to the countryside, near Fontainebleau outside of Paris. Once there, she began to experiment with photography, having acquired a digital camera. Since 2010 Marcelli has (against the mainstream) experimented with alternative non-digital processes like the pinhole camera and the collodion wet plate process.
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