My current art practice uses multi-disciplinary approaches of looking at Identity in Art and Politics in general. I work mainly in painting, as well as in sculpture, illustration, printmaking, and animation. My art appears in publications like “Global Monitoring Report 2007” (World Bank), Transition magazine issue #104, Harvard University, U.S.A (2011) and others. Since 1999, I have shown in solo and group events at Tulifanya Gallery and Afriart Gallery (Kampala), Art Paris Fair (2017), Fabrica: Les Yeux Ouverts (Milan Triennale 2007) and Centre Pompidou 2007; Tajan (France) 2007, East African Art Auction (2013, 2014 and 2015); Cape Town Art Fair 2015, That Art Fair 2016; Florence Biennale 2011, Kampala Contemporary Art Festival 2012, East African Biennale (2003, 2005, 2007 and 2011), Kampala Contemporary Art Biennale (2014) and the FNB Joburg Art Fair (2016); Workshops like Johannesburg Workshop for Theory and Criticism (JWTC) 2015 at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg and Bridging Differences (Distances) at Academie Minerva, Hanzehogeschool Groningen, Holland (2014). Currently, I’m a Ph.D. in Fine Art 3rd Year Student at Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton, UK (2016- ). I’m a lecturer of Fine Art at Uganda Christian University and have also taught as a freelance teacher at lower levels. I also write articles and papers related to my own opinions on art and culture in Uganda.