Erika Kassnel-Henneberg (*1973) is a concept artist. At the center of her interest is the search for a new humanism in the face of a society that has become more complex in the digital age. To this end, she examines the process of remembering against the backdrop of mass data analysis by artificial intelligence and questions perception as an artificial construct between reality and fiction. Her working techniques and means oscillate between the digital and the analog: video, artificial intelligence, CGI, Polaroid, collage and more. She considers her work as emancipatory and as an important impulse for current issues in society.

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 work has been 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 Krumbach Art Prize for her work Home is Somewhere Else. In 2022 she was awarded the Augsburg District Art Prize for her complete works. She is a member of the GEDOK, the BBK and the Kunstverein Aichach.