Haneda is a Tokyo-born multi-media artist whose artistic journey took a profound turn after the Tohoku earthquake, leading her to relocate to California, United States in 2011. With a focus on video, sound, sculpture, and installation, Haneda's creative expression is a captivating exploration of the border between reality and fiction.
Many of her works feature the fruit orange, both as a subject and a medium, which has been the major fascination for her ever since.
Haneda's art is deeply inspired by fictional literature, and she weaves its essence into her creations. And by playing with the blurred lines between reality and fiction, it opens doors to imaginative worlds, sparking curiosity and introspection in her audience.
The structure of Haneda's sculptures and the subjects she chooses often take the form of empty shells. These hollow representations become witnesses to their own becoming, a metaphor for the transformational nature of life and art.
Education:Bachelor in Fine Arts, 2017-2021,
ArtCenter College of Design
Exhibition:2020 “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
Curatorial Experience:2019 “At The Night Watch” - ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena, CA
2022-current Studio Assitant - dosa inc., Los Angeles, CA
2019-2021 Studio Assitant - Jacki Apple, Culver City, CA
2019-2021 Fine Art Media Lab Technician - ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena, CA
2016 Studio Assistant - Tadashi Shoji & Associates, Inc., Los Angeles
2021 Contract Instructor - CSSSA (California State Summer School for the Arts), CA
2021 Guest Lecturer - Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA
2020 Undergraduate Student Instructor - ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena, CA
2019 Sound Workshop Instructor - ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena, CA
2019 “Viva La Loma” - Henry Alvarez Memorial Park, Los Angeles, CA
2017-2021 ArtCenter Scholarship
2017-2021 Ryman Arts Scholarship
2017 Sol and Martha Sigall Scholarship