Wasswa’s work encourages conversations about the future of mankind looking at the influence of science and technology in modern societies. He studies the process of transformation with his primary focus on humans versus a given environment, social interactions and the nature of communication involved. Wasswa uses actual events to influence his research which rely on spontaneous encounters with natural or found objects. These objects are carriers of memories of places that he claims as art materials. The objects later suffer various forms of interference by carving, assembling and arranging, which result into Sculptures, 3D paintings, at times installations. Wasswa imagines the secret lives of man-made objects and how they determine the future humans. A multidisciplinary artist,
Wasswa studied Sculpture at Kyambogo University. His practice has evolved to encompass sculpture, painting and performance. He was the 2016 recipient of the Merit Award in the Absa L’Atelier competition. He has participated in solo and group exhibitions in Uganda and abroad, including: Zikunta, Kampala, 2016; To Live is to Become, Afriart Gallery, Kampala, 2017; Degenerative Evolution of the Living, Absa Art Gallery, Johannesburg in 2018. In 2019, Wasswa was one of the selected artists for Ouagadougou Sculpture Biennial and showed at 1-54 and a group exhibition with Circle at Cromwell Place in 2021. In 2022 he returned to 1-54 contemporary art fair in London and was featured at Untitled, Miami art fair with Steve Turner Gallery. He is currently based in Kampala where he is the founder/proprietor of Artpunch Studio. He is currently working towards a solo show at Circle Art gallery's new location in 2023.
Founded in 2012 and based in Kenya, Circle promotes contemporary art from Eastern Africa. They exhibit carefully curated, challenging and thought-provoking contemporary art, collaborating with a diverse group of artists in Nairobi and across East Africa. Their intention is to create a strong and sustainable art market for East African artists by supporting and promoting the most innovative and exciting artists currently practising in the region. They have increased visibility for established and emerging artists, both internationally and at home.