Erika Kassnel-Henneberg is a conceptual and video artist with German-Romanian roots. In her works, she explores the process of remembering and questions identity as an artificial construct between reality and fiction.
Erika Kassnel-Henneberg studied Restoration at the Bern University of the Arts / CH and Interactive Media at the Augsburg University of Applied Sciences / DE. She has been working as an artist since 2010 and lives in Anhausen near Augsburg. Her works are shown nationally and internationally in exhibitions and festivals, such as FILE – Electronic Language International Festival in Sao Paulo / BRA or IVAHM – International Video Art House Madrid / ES.
In 2013 she received the Art Award of the City of Krumbach for her work Heimat is Somewhere Else and in 2022 she won the Art Award of the District of Augsburg for her body of work. In addition to her artistic work, she teaches at the Faculty of Design at Augsburg University of Applied Sciences.
She is a member of GEDOK Munich, BBK Schwaben Nord and Augsburg and Kunstverein Aichach.