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, sound, sculpture and installation.
Her work explores an autobiographical memories using Japanese fiction literature relation to tragedy, trauma, and empathy. 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, 2017-2021 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:

2019-2021   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:

2020   Undergraduate Student Instructor - ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena, CA

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