Hikaru Haneda ︎︎︎ 羽根田 光

{she/her/they/them}  (b.1999)
Los Angeles, CA, United States

Haneda was born in Tokyo, Japan. Due to the To-hoku earthquake, she moved to California, United States in 2011. 
Haneda is a multi-media artist, mainly works with video, sculpture and installation.
Her work explores the sense of disconnection happening in consciousness and memory; revealing its subjectiveness in the objective. Often the structure of her sculpture or the subject presents itself as an empty shell, which the audience will witness of its becoming.



Education:

Bachelor in Fine Arts, Anticipated 2021 ArtCenter College of Design

Exhibition:

2019   “Your Gaze Makes Me” - Kylin Gallery, Beverly Hills, CA
2019    “Bauhaus In Kolkata” - ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena, CA

2018    “Open House” - The Main Museum, Los Angeles


Project:

2019   “Viva La Loma” - Henry Alvarez Memorial Park, Los Angeles, CA 

Work Experience:

2019-Current   Fine Art Media Lab Technician - ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena, CA

2019-Current   Studio Assitant - Jacki Apple, Culver City, CA

2016   Studio Assistant - Tadashi Shoji & Associates, Inc., Los Angeles

Teaching Experience:

2019   Sound Workshop Instructor - ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena, CA

Curatorial Experience:

2019   “At The Night Watch” - ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena, CA 

Award:

2017-2021   ArtCenter Scholarship
2017-2021   Ryman Arts Scholarship 2017   Sol and Martha Sigall Scholarship