BFA: Painting, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
EMBA: Harvard Business School, Cambridge, Massachusetts
MFA (forthcoming), Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, Maryland

Wallace’s work both celebrates and examines the speed, spectacle and after effects of production and distribution.  He encourages us to think about what type of society we want to become at the pace we are moving and how our society will change with new developments in production, distribution and storage.

In a recent project, he has launched an ongoing conceptual art project that is a fictive startup, Amazing.  The startup ships laser cuts boxes around the world with messages both inside and outside,  delivers cultural goods via drone, stages performative artworks and conducts forward thinking research.

Wallace’s interest in production and distribution processes extends beyond the technological apparatus and into cultural production. Through an ongoing series of interviews, “The Conversation Project”, Wallace examines values and production of influential voices in contemporary art including Michelle Grabner, Massimiliano Gioni, Sharon Louden and John Yau.

Wallace is represented by ART 3 gallery in New York City.

Selected Solo Exhibitions:

2016   “Reserved for Engineering”, This Friday or Next Friday, Brooklyn, NY (Solo Exhibition)

“If This, Then What” ART 3 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (Solo Exhibition)

Selected Group Exhibitions:

2016   Newman Plus One, Proto Gallery, Hoboken, NJ

2015   “After Image: Contemporary Artists and Photography”, Art House Productions, curated by Raymond Mingst and Arthur Bruso, Jersey City, NJ

“Industrial Comforts 2.0”, Norwalk Community College, Norwalk, CT

“Industrial Comforts 1.0”, Space B, Bushwick, Brooklyn

“The Slippage Between”, Governor’s Island Art Fair, New York, New York

“MATERIALIZE: Sculpture Using Digital Fabrication”, Fountain Gallery, Purdue University, Indiana and Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries, Wright State University, Ohio

“Old Tech/New Tech”, Central Booking, New York, New York

“La Gioconda”, Bushwick Open Studios curated by Julie McKim and Wilson Duggan

2014   Dublin Biennial curated by Maggie Magee, Ireland

Recent Press:

2017   Artist as Cultural Producer, edited by Sharon Louden (forthcoming)

Interview with Eleanna Anagnos from Ortega y Gassett (forthcoming)

2016  “Fulfillment Centers” Review by Roman Kalinovski in ArtCritical

Vellum Magazine Interview No 16

2015   Gorky’s Granddaughter Interview

The Art Salad Interview

After Image exhibition catalog, Raymond Mingst and Arthur Bruso


Artist talks

2016   Artist Talk with Paul D’Agostino at ART 3 Gallery

Artist Talk with Michael David and Daniel John Gadd, David Schweitzer