Susanne Berkenheger

Susanne Berkenheger was born in Stuttgart, Germany in 1963. A student of literature, then author, journalist (Süddeutsche Zeitung, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung), satirist (spiegel.de / spam), player of chat theatre, digital territory nurse, and sympathizer of account corpses, she lived in Nuremberg, Rome, and Munich before settling in Berlin. She was awarded international prizes for her hyperfictions Zeit für die Bombe (1997), Hilfe! (1999), Die Schwimmmeisterin (2002) and The Bubble Bath (2005). She has been involved in projects in Second Life and Chat Theatre. Her works have been exhibited in New York, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Rio de Janeiro, São Paolo, Amsterdam, Cluj, Munich, Kassel, and at home. Hilfe! was published on CD-ROM (update Verlag). Since 2007, you can get Zeit für die Bombe also as an artist book (designer: Agnes Wartner). In 2007, she founded the movement-for-account-corpses.de which was awarded the CYNETart prize 2008. In 2009, she won the Net Residency of Bremen with the project the-last-days-of-second-life.de. In 2011, she started the location-based augmented reality art service: www.augmented-bombings.de.
www.augmented-bombings.de.