A room designed for the collector. These are the first collectible editions the artist has developed specifically for visitors to her large scale installations to bring a memory home of their experience.
Neo Aciiid II, 2020
13”(W) x 13”(H)
Edition of 9 LED backlit assemblage of neon and hydro-dipped acrylic wall sculptures
Neo Aciiid Parents, 2020
13”(W) x 22”(L) x 33”(H)
Pair of original hand formed hydro-dipped acrylic stands
Neo Aciiid Children, 2020
6”(W) x 12”(L) x 1.5”(H) 3.5”(W) x 4.5”(L) x 1.5(H)
Enter the collaged memory of various sculptural studies and explorations of Haiiileen’s past projects and process.
Interactive curtains separated with red, green and blue light spectrums make for a dizzying experience. Chromed chandelier pieces hang to the left of the feature podium. This stepped podium is a high contrast display for a series of hydro-dipped hand formed acrylic studies entitled Neo Acciiid with a featured exhibit of Haiiileen’s latest explorative work entitled Optiiics.
Neo Aciiid I, 2020
17 original case studies of hand formed acrylic pieces with hydro-dipped edges.
2 original case studies of clear acrylic rods set in a hydro-dipped backed frame.
Digital print on archival metallic 300gsm stock. Each is an edition of 50.
Haiiileen is proud to debut her travel photography series at Haiii on Society. These are selected images of guerilla light installations from Tokyo – Japan, Perth – Australia and Miami, Marfa and Sedona – United States.
Captured through an ongoing project with Google Pixel. These are exclusively available to visitors to the exposition.
A three month solo exhibition in partnership with PMG Development and Society Las Olas, Haiii On Society transforms six rooms in the leasing office with works that reflect light into new and accessible perspectives, welcoming the community to seek a better world that captures the nostalgia and comfort of home.
This solo-exhibition demonstrates a scaled down version of the monumental sculptures Haiiileen is known for, in order to create smaller, more collectible works. Each of the six rooms exhibit the hypothesis, experiment, and prototype of the artist’s studies of light and color wave theory.
Haiiileen welcomes you to Society Las Olas with a gradient wash of colour and wonderment. Curvilinear sculptures encompass the entrance foyer, their form inspired by the invisible waves of various light spectrums.
First exhibited as part of the Haiii-Light installation at iii points music festival, Miami, these sculptures were then exhibited at the Bass Museum, Miami Beach and the Ace Hotel, Downtown Los Angeles.
Edition of 15 hydrodipped acrylic panels set into a circular gold mirror frame
An interactive planetary installation exploring reflection, space and their relationship to the visitor. This feature installation is a site-specific creation the artist conceived specifically for Haiii on society. Suspended hydro-dipped orbs encased in gold mirrors transform the main room into a playful arrangement to inspire visions of curated interiors of the new Society Las Olas.
Commissioned by TIDAL for SuperBowl2020 x LilWayne at the Delano South Beach.
Haiiiileen’s newest series of light sculptures, Hiiipnotiiic, warps our field of vision, creating infinite dimensional perspectives. The luminescent, monolithic sculptures are lined up so that they appear to reflect one another. However when viewed closely, it is clear that each hydro-dipped insert is a unique work of art. These topographic rainbows are then distorted by light traveling through transparent rods, so that when circulating and weaving through these pieces, viewers will see light and color rippling alongside them.
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.
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.