Isa MARCELLI’s photography is sensual and disturbing and wraps us up into her poetry. The softness and the strange cross and meet in her photographs; they are often intimate, always evocative of the weightlessness that succeeds the apparition of happiness, that emotional chaos.
A serenity settles in.
Isa MARCELLI moved to the countryside and developpped her art with scenes of rural life.
It is the consciousness felt in a happy moment, that fleeting moment that she has tried to depict through her series of images on Collodion glass plates . Essentially devoted to portraits of loved ones and still lives, she focuses on the suspended emotion: the volatile, ephemeral happiness. The capture of a time is fragile.
“Les Fleurs que Là-Bas j’ai Vécues”
from December 15, 2011 to March 10, 2012
CENTRE IRIS DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE
Tuesday to Saturday, 2 to 7 pm.