Leaning, shooting, bedded, staked, staying. Drooping, reclining, pitched, and placed. Sloping, jutting, braced.  Holding, heaped. Planted and spread.

Aimée Beaubien’s photographic practice takes shape in inventive forms.  Patterns captured from the natural world, museum exhibits, and daily life are printed, cut, and reassembled into wildly colored sculptural works.  For Window BOX, Beaubien constructs a site-specific sculptural installation in which the visual and temporal entanglements of her work find form in vine-like structures, dense hanging thickets, and woven leaf patterns, articulating the balance between visual construction and organic growth.