Maciej Zdanowicz was born in Poland on 1982. He is an intermedia artist, art theorist who works in the field of new media, especially digital art, sound art, also graphic design. His interests are focused on the imaging of sound and music. In particular his art based on field recording and visualization of specific soundscapes.
He works as an Assistant Professor and Deputy Director for Didactic and Students Affairs at the Institute of Fine Arts, the Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce. He is the author of several individual exhibitions, curatorial projects, critical texts, scientific articles in the field of history of modern and contemporary art. Zdanowicz received awards and honors (Artistic Scholarship of Lodz City Mayor in 2017, honorable mention in the I National Exhibition of Student Drawing in Torun in 2008, the prize of the City Art Gallery in Lodz at the 23rd Wladyslaw Strzeminski Competition- Fine Arts). Artist is represented by Cat Blanche art gallery and creative agency (Germany) also Delirium Foundation: Organisation for Tomorrow’s Art (Poland).
In 2002-2007 he studied at the Faculty of Graphic and Painting, the Wladyslaw Strzeminski Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz. He graduated with honors from the prof. Boguslaw Balicki’s Studio of Poster Design and prof. Romana Halat’s Studio of Painting and Drawing. From 2007 to 2016 he was working as a Teacher Assistant in the Studio of Image run by prof. Aleksandra Gieraga, at Faculty of Visual Arts of his Alma Mater. In 2015, Zdanowicz received Phd degree in Fine Arts at the Institute of Fine Arts, the Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce.