Dec. 19, 2018
19×24 mix media
commission work by Thierry Isambert for The Coumminty held at The Bass Museum
The bulk of the donations would go towards the cost of the studio space (approx. $8,000). The remaining donations will be allocated towards compensation for assistants and laborers involved (approx. $5,000), administrative and marketing costs (approx. $3,000), costs for design (approx. $2,000) and materials and supplies needed to make this vision come to life (approx. $7,000). Fortunately, I receive an overwhelming amount of donated materials from different partners throughout the city, which helps in reducing the cost of this project.
10 ft x 10 ft
Artist Haiiileen creates a 10’ x 10’ commission installation at the W Hotel South Beach. The inspiration for this mixed media installation was taken from nostalgic Miami life, expressed through the manipulation of tropical flora, vivid colors, and linear lighting.
An Exhibition at Young at Art Museum, April – August 2018
Mixed-media, Acrylic, LED lighting 9 ft L x 6 ft W x 2 ft “Ora,” inspired by The Spirit, is the second edition in a series of sculptures created using the idea of handmade acrylic petals to formulate a crystalized sculpture piece symbolizing love, light, and transcendence through the use of light and color.
“Haiii on Aqua” 2017
Haiiileen celebrating in an abstract dance after she finishes her installation of the “Aqua” light sculpture.
Creative Director / Producer @Haiiileen
Cameraman / Editor: Max Reed
Model: Sean Mccab
In this installation Artist Haiiileen takes us into her dream world where viewers can imagine themselves falling into a pit of balloons, getting lost in the world of a “forever party” where fun and freedom is never far away.
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.