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Henrik Langsdorf is a visual artist who divides his time between New York, Kassel and Nairobi. 

His work ranges from abstract art to design, video/animation and art in public space.

“Ville Fantôme: from Utopia to the present”, a two-channel video installation was shown during the Congo Biennale in Kinshasa in the fall of 2019.

His video installation “Rudolf Duala Manga Bell – a German Story” is currently on view 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.