Experience small balloon sculpture fabrication, engaging with the “Missing Project,” centering animals that are extinct or about to be. Witness Haemee Han’s large balloon sculpture fabrication that she will be focused on during her residency at BAC. At the end of the workshop will be a community performance of balloon popping, displaying the loss of life of these species.REGISTER
I would like to build a temporary installation called “Missing” which will be a combination of research, fabrication, and performance work series. I would like to research which animals and why they disappeared in east coast of the United States. The final output of the project will be a temporal installation that is inspired by the particular extinct animals. (Tentative plan : I am considering using multi colored bio degradable balloons to make a sculpture)
Haemee is a public artist, a landscape designer and an educator. Since establishing Jaemee Studio, Haemee exhibited public art installations and garden installations in America, Europe, and Asia including Chaumont sur loire garden festival in France.
Her work explores relationship between objects and personal/collective memories. Most of her works are occupiable objects / landscape where visitors emerge themselves within the art.
Haemee is also a registered landscape architect who practices in New Jersey, She holds a Master of Landscape Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School
Residencies and programs at Bethany Arts Community are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Governor’s office and the New York State Legislature, the National Endowment for the Arts, Arts Westchester, and numerous individual donors.