Wayne is a visual art practitioner whose praxis is at the intersection of research and theory. His works are created through sociopolitical 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).
He has particular interest in the aesthetics and sensory of everyday arrangements or spatial arrangements. 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.
Graduated in 2017 with an MA in Art Praxis from the Dutch Art Institute in the Netherlands, Wayne currently works and lives in Singapore.