Joanna Rajkowska is a versatile artist, but her best-known works are public projects. To build them, the artist uses real existing places, energies, organisms and materials. In doing so, she uses elements as diverse as plants, buildings, found objects, water, smoke and sound. The results of her work range from urban axes and architectural designs to geological fantasies, archaeological digs and underwater sculptures. Most of her works are created, live and age in open space, so their matter is not only the matter of all entities, organic and inorganic, included in them, but also their complex relationships.
Rajkowska produces films, photographs and models within and outside of public projects.