Inspired by the color green, Artist Haiiileen used this installation to create a utopian garden, weaving viewers into a wonderland filled with love, happiness, color, tones and textures induced by the pure euphoria of music. A place where magic reigns supreme and even the mannequins are hypnotized by the idea of being transported into another world. The expression of the dancing mannequins and surrounding intoxifying environment invites viewers to get lost in the scenery and take a journey down the rabbit hole where music will set them free as Haiiileen shares her happy place, her “Garden of Eden,” on how to get HAiii on music.
Inspired by her work with American Apparel, Artist Haiiileen created this installation as a representation of her work within retail showcasing the prison of “fast fashion” and the ultimate downfall of this side of the fashion world. The upsidedown sign is a symbolization of how we not only perceive retail in our society but the modern demise of American culture and political views as a whole.
Exploring the multidimensional layers of our atmosphere from the core of the earth to the outer surface and into the vast expanses of the galaxy, artist Haiiilleen utilizes six 48×32 size multimedia, multi-layer, acrylic panels to create her 2 part 3 panel series. Each panel forms a mirrored image of the other creating a large scale immersive environment where guests can experience it as a photo booth and journey through an abstract neo-tropical oasis transporting them through the creative evolution of life and the universe surrounding it.
The Ora, inspired by The Spirit of Bjork, is the second edition in a series of sculptures created by Haiiileen using the same idea of handmade acrylic petals to formulate a crystalized sculpture piece symbolizing love, light, and transcendence through the use of light and color.
Artist Haiiileen uses custom LED lights, wires, and poles to play with mixed textures and manipulate a neon spectrum of light creating a reflection of silver mountain-like shapes made of mylar in a colorful neon lit installation, at Club Space, made to distort the senses.
60 individual fashion influenced collages on 29 in. x 45 in. acrylic panels taking over the entirety of a 1,200 sq/ft wall inside of MANA Wynwood accenting an abstract chandelier made from over 70 custom acrylic elements.
Inspired by Club Kids, a fashion subculture characterized in the underground NYC music scene in the late 80’s and inspired by how music influences the way we dress and ultimately the way we express ourselves. Haiiileen creates 60 abstract representations as a reflection of her life work in the realm of music, art, and fashion. Each encapsulates a memory from different stages of her life, the installation and individual pieces representing a collage of these moments. The full-scale view of the installation is a mirror, each panel reflecting the other and further embodying this reflective theme. When you first approach the piece you’ll encounter a sweeping arrangement of multi-colored lights ranging across a dynamic gradient of colors. As you walk closer to the installation your eye is drawn to the male guardians at the base of the installation. These represent foundations of strength and beauty. Your gaze will then find itself face to face with a portal door, guarded by two mannequins representing a king and queen, acting as guardians of light and protection as you transport yourself into the festival and reach another dimension at the Main Frame Stage.