Tyanna Buie’s mixed-media prints are intimate reflections on her childhood. The three portraits included in the Triennial exhibition are based on early images of her now-grown brother and two sisters. Given their chaotic upbringing within the foster care system, Buie and her siblings possess few physical reminders from their youth to carry into the present. Excavating her own memories and those of her family, the artist collages specific imagery into each portrait. These elements—toys, bits of clothing, jewelry, hair accessories, and other youthful adornments—serve as stand-ins for those tangible mementos that were lost long before. Emotionally-charged memorials to her complicated childhood, Buie’s screenprints are also universally resonant as mediations on memory, history, and familial loss.