Isabelle Gagné was born in Boisbriand. She is a pioneer of mobile art in Canada, having turned naturally toward the mobile device as a medium for artistic expression in 2009. Since then, her work has been presented in solo and group exhibitions in Canada and abroad. In 2012, she presented Pixels Fossiles, the first solo exhibition of mobile art in a recognized centre in Canada. In 2015, her work was presented at Mois de la Photo de Montréal. Isabelle Gagné is an artist and geologist of the digital image whose research bears on the Quebec natural landscape as marker for a territory. She documents this landscape through real and virtual travels, then reinterprets it with digital alterations in order to emphasize certain aspects, including cultural identity, interaction between humans and their environment, collective amnesia, and loss of patrimony.