1988 · Poland
Rafał Zajko is a multimedia artist working in sculpture, performance, and costume. His recent body of work incorporates wall-based concrete and steel panels that often contain free-hand embroidery slats. His work deals with themes of monuments, socialist public sculpture and the relationship between the body and technology. Zajko was born in the Polish People's Republic a year before the collapse of the Berlin Wall. He currently lives and works in London. Recent shows include: "Unputdownable" at The White Cubicle, London, “Art of Translation" at MMAG Foundation in Amman, Jordan (2018) and “Haptic House" at Horse and Pony, Berlin (all 2018). He is currently working on forthcoming solo shows at Castor Project in London and Careva Contemporary in Riga.