Wisnu works in the Collection, Conservation and Documentation section of Sonobudoyo Museum, Yogyakarta. He has been involved in developing a number of exhibitions such as 'Tetabuhan Nusaraya Voices Diverse Collectivity', which focused on traditional Indonesian musical instruments. For Wisnu, the most exciting part of preparing an exhibition is the process itself – how an idea can be translated into an exhibition layout and conveyed to visitors. In 2016 Wisnu participated in 'Capacity building in the Indonesian Museum Sector' program organised by Deakin University as part of the Australian Award Fellowship (AAF). This program inspired him to undertake a Masters in Archaeology (Museology) from Gadjah Mada University.