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.
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.
Artist Haiiileen uses her inspiration from the Women’s March to experiment with her love for interactive installations by creating a space for people to stop and express themselves using dry erase marker. The installation took place during an extremely political time in the nation causing much of the written “graffiti” on the walls to consist of heavy political suggestion.
Artist Haiiileen displays her love of color and disco balls through her captivating design, other worldly visuals and whimsical stimulation of the senses in her New Year’s installation for Jamie Jones part of a year long series and residency at Club Space.