An old abandoned house sat surrounded by a dense foggy mist. It made them wonder what secrets the old house held. "If only it could talk." She said to him quietly." "Did you hear that?" He asked her, hoping it was just his imagination.
In the 1990s, while in her eighties, Louise Bourgeois devoted herself to the creation of these magical chambers, the Cells, in which she gathers objects that are dear to her and which are invested with a strong emotional charge. The Cells are places where she unravels the fabric of her memories and her emotions.'