Born in California, raised in Minnesota, and based in Providence, artist Aimee Vue always notices the intimacy and vulnerability in relationships. This keen eye manifests itself in a variety of mediums—printmaking, sculpture, or installation. Vue uses framing devices – whether the embossing of a copper plate, spaces, or plastic boxes – to view intimacy through a contained lens and offset its potentially overwhelming nature. Underlying emotions and raw vulnerability charge Vue’s themes and pervade her work. Thus far in 2017, Vue’s solo exhibition, “I S O L A T I O N,” was on view in the List Art Center in Providence, RI and her piece “#wastehistime” was on view in the David Winton Bell Gallery in Providence, RI. Vue is currently working towards a B.A. in Visual Arts from Brown University.