"Our greatest hope? What’s going to get us there? Me. I’m going to say it cause I can hold it. I can hold that responsibility and I think that’s the kind of attitude I want to inspire in other people because if we don’t have that attitude than we are never going to get there."
Joe Varisco of JRV MAJESTY Productions recently sat down with Mister Wallace in an interview to discuss his work with the Banjee Report, future independent work in performance art and deconstructing spaces.
Mister Wallace is a Black American homosexual male whose music invokes a global perspective from a marginalized character point of view. What they look like and where they were born have been both profitable as well as problematic. Being both privileged and a victim of prejudice they live in constant duality and their art is representative of this fact.
“My body is my canvas. Collaborating with and referencing other(s) art I allow myself to be a vessel for ideas. My specialty is the performance of these shared ideas to create new ideas. My goal isn’t to innovate the new. My goal is to re-remember the past into a better present and in turn future.”
Stay tuned for Mister Wallace’s new mixtape and future sound love Spring 2014!