Drawing from a childhood memories and family secrets, Mourier’s sculptures, photographs, and works on paper keep up the appearances of a happy home. Delicate and quiet handmades, readymades, and personal keepsakes are vessels for the introverted voice of Mourier’s reflections on her youthful naïveté, their pristine pastel and white palette invoking a dialogue that questions the cleanliness of the family construct, the gratification of the domestic domain, and the power of denial.