Miroslaw Rajkowski was born in Wroclaw, Poland in
1958. Finished Electronic High School. Studied on Wroclaw University Mathematic and History of Art. Lives in Wroclaw.
In 1985-88 lived in West-Berlin and there met German overtone singer Michal Vetter and learned by him this kind of singing. Since 1985 he is involved in performance art through Andrzej Dudek-Durer and did actions in Europe and USA. He does also multimedia intallations, video art, photography, CD-ROMs.
Has released numerous CDs. e.g. by Lactam Rings Record from Portland/USA.
Miroslaw Rajkowski's artistic actions evolve in three territories: word, picture, and sound. Since the mid 1980s, he has been cultivating sound poetry using the overtone singing in his compositions. He also creates musical instruments, both acoustic and electronic. He has composed music for films by Wolf Kahlen and Aeme Busman and brings his main artistic interests -- photography, film, graphic and computer animation, and sound -- together in installation works and performances.