For Red Bull Music’s Swetboxx, artist Haiiileen brought all in attendance into her own acid reality through her installation, Aciiid Sky. With 30 hand designed marbleized acrylic 4×8 sheets suspended from the ceiling, marbleized acrylic fragments mounted onto the walls, and a full DJ set up made of her marbleized acrylic pieces, the venue was transformed into a call from the hypnotic heavens.
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.
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.
Artist Haiiileen in collaboration with 3TEETH translates the foundation of music from one of their first albums to create a digital editorial for Z!NK Magazine. Inspired by their experimental metal sounds Haiiileen teams up with Gianfranco Bianchi, photographer and animator, to create a digital world that embodies the unorthodox industrial sounds of 3TEETH.
206 Discotec is Haiiileen’s first commissioned sculpture created back in April 2017 making it a one of a kind special mixed media project. Inspired by architectural design and her use of vaporwave, color, and more sustainable use of acrylics. She utilizes acrylic, steel and LED along with an iridescent treatment to the wall in order to produce a 2 foot wide, 4 foot long, and 1 ½ foot deep 3D sculpture as part of a private collection at a residence based in New York.