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Henrik Langsdorf is a visual artist who divides his time between New York and Kassel, Germany. His work ranges from abstract art to design, video/animation and art in public space.

In 2019 he participated in the Congo Biennale with “Ville Fantôme/Kinshasa La Belle”, a two-channel video installation that explores issues of urban planning in Kinshasa.

 His video installation “Rudolf Duala Manga Bell — a German Story” was shown at ruruhaus/documenta fifteen in Kassel as part of Blind Spots in the Sun – an ongoing series of art interventions that deal with colonial history and racism in Germany. It was also shown at MARKK Museum in Hamburg, Germany in 2022 and has won awards at film festivals in Rome, London, Berlin, and Los Angeles.