WIIISH for TIDAL at Made In America Festival

WIIISH for TIDAL at Made In America Festival 2019

Haiiileen TIDAL MadeInAmerica 18

WIIISH, @HAIIILEEN, 2019 
Presented by TIDAL for Made In America Festival 2019

LED, Acrylic, Wood, Assorted Fabrics

In support by : faulkner plastics and glowback led

WIIISH is a site specific sculpture piece that provides some context into Haiiileen’s hypnotic world. Her neo-acid futurism landscape for TIDAL is an in depth study of light theory and optical enchantment reflected in the piece’s layers of color, texture and patterns. Fluorescent marbled swirls accent the black and white facades to draw the viewer in and engage this vaporwave nostalgia refuge.

Haiiileen’s elevated aesthetic pushes the boundaries of newly conceptualized contemporary thought combining acid, a term more commonly used to describe music movements, and contemporary futurism found within architecture. The symmetry of circles in the stairs and use of optical illusions speak to her futurism influences and creates more elevated depth within the space.

Copyrights reserved on all images to Haiiileen

Haiii-Liiight at Ace Hotel DTLA

 “Haiii-liiight”    
@Haiiileen , 2019 

Mixed-media, Acrylic, LED lighting  

Haiii-liiight, “The study of the spectrum of visible light and their wavelength”  artist Haiiileen .. hand shaped and painted each individual acrylic sculptures, to create the representation of colors in their light wave patterns. Haiiileen has a focus on the gradients and color theory each individual sculpture to create a hypnotic and mesmerizing display. 

Presented by Underpin PR more information on the artist and her work please visit www.haiiileen.comCatalog available by request

Locust Projects: 2018 Annual Smash & Grab Fundraiser

I am so excited to announce my work will be featured in Locust Project’s annual Smash & Grab Fundraiser on Saturday, October 13, 2018. This year, I will be donating a print from my “Aciiid Palm” series.

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There is no other fundraiser quite like this one. The lively event revolves around a raffle, for which over one hundred local, national and international artists have donated artwork — enough so that each raffle ticket is guaranteed to win an artwork. Tickets are drawn at random during the party, with the winner getting their choice of artwork (i.e, first called gets first pick, and so on). The result is a fun way to place artwork into collections, build visibility for artists, connect with Miami’s art community, and support Locust Projects.

 

 

Participating artists include: TJ Ahearn, Ahol Sniffs Glue, Dona Altemus, Eddie Arroyo, Carlos Ascurra and Emma Lügner, Lorna Samara Ash, Amy Bagwell, Maria Barbist, Beki Basch, Loriel Beltran, Johanna Boccardo, Kelly Breez, Todd Brittingham, Lujan Candria, Paola Cassola, Leo Castaneda, Robert Chambers, Westen Charles, Pablo Contrisciani, Dinorah de Jesús Rodríguez, Juan Manuel Delgado, Ivan Toth Depena, Gianna DiBartolomeo, Morel Doucet, Melissa Eder, Sheila Elias, Joana Fischer, Alejandro Franco, Martha Friedman, Gonzalo Fuenmayor, Lorna Galloway, Lynne Golob, Twyla Gettert, Angel Garcia, Liam Gillick, Kate Gilmore, Nick Gilmore, GeoVanna Gonzalez, Felice Grodin, Adler Guerrier, Haiiileen, Richard Haley, Jason Hedges, Sarah Henderson, Marvin Hernández, David Hicks, CYJO, Audrey Hynes, Carol Jazzar, Regina Jestrow, Jennifer Johnson, Kiyoshi Kaneshiro, Phillip Karp, Yasmin Khalaf, Mary Larsen, jc lenochan, Joshua Levine, Jennifer Levonian, Francesco Lo Castro, Michael Loveland, Pepe Mar, Laura Marsh, Christin Paige Minnotte, Beatriz Monteavaro, Najja Moon, Michael Muench, Jenene Nagy, Peggy Levison Nolan, Alex Nuñez, Edison Peñafiel, Alisa Ptchenik Charles, Michelle Lisa Polissaint, Virginia Poundstone, Karen Rifas, Carlos Rigau, Leyden Rodriguez-Casanova, Rosemarie Romero, Silvia Ros, Nicole, Anastasia Samoylova, Tom Scicluna, Onajide Shabaka, Alette Simmons-Jimenez, Phillip Smith, Alan Solorzano, Meredyth Sparks, TM Sisters, Frances Trombly, Typoe, Simón Vega, Tom Virgin, We Are Nice’n Easy, Hannah Whitaker, Elizabeth Withstandley, Agustina Woodgate, Antonia Wright

Space: uɐɔᴉɹǝɯ∀

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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.

 

Space: HOT Cold

Club Space: HOT COLD

HOT Cold, 2017

Multi-media

15 ft. long x 10 ft. wide x 18 ft. high

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.

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Video :

Lick My Art

Lick My Art

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Haiiileen uses an experimental approach to this piece at a time when she was producing and publishing consistent content for Z!NC Magazine. The shoot took place in Downtown LA and captures the models in a fun and creative way bringing Haiiileen’s imagination to life. It’s almost as if the models were using a Snapchat filter, but way before the concept was yet actualized as a Snapchat filter. 

 

III Points 2015: HAILEEN

  HAILEEN

In “HAILEEN” (2015) Artist Haiiileen creates a transformative narrative in the form of multiple rooms, inspired by her travels, lust and sexuality she takes on a more refined approach to performance art spaces creating a deeper meaning to each room. The first room is a bonsai garden with trees, a flowing river, and colors reminiscent of a japanese sunrise. The second room is a transformation chamber where hair stylists and makeup artists await to makeover guests. The third room is a game show room which has a performance pieces inspired by anime and japanese video games. Last but not least, the fourth room is a seduction room riddled with a dominatrix theme. Haiiileen left her own phone number in advertisements pasted all over the walls of the room for those “seeking therapy.” Throughout the entire event people were calling, leaving her voicemails and text messages with their concerns and heartfelt messages.

 

Videos :

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Promo Video :

Creative Director / Artist : Haiiileen

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