Graduated with an MA in Fine Arts from the Dutch Art Institute in 2017, Wayne is a visual art practitioner whose praxis is at the intersection research and theory. His works are created around studies of aesthetics, economy and ideology — within that includes topics such as; spectacle and optics; infrastructure, logistics, citizenship, empire and post-colonialism; military and sociopolitical complex, and war.
His works are made in consideration of providing viewers with not only visuals, but also sensorial elements. Wayne seeks to find other ways to "perform" (or resist) — in order to transgress or merge the defined notions of conventional aesthetic, curatorial and/or research practice — through self-publishing, self-organization, and developing (long-term) collective projects.
Wayne currently works and lives in Singapore.
When Will I See You Again (with Viknesh Kobinathan @ Winstedt Campus, LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore
August-December 2019 (#aweekendmonthly 16 on 14 December 2019)
Just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist, A Minor Place @ UltraSuperNew, Singapore
10-17 December 2019 (reception on 10 December 2019)