54 minutes of a 3 hour set from Wednesday night. Housey Indie Dancey stuff! werddap!!
Source: SoundCloud / DJ Were Wulf
When interviewing Wesley, it’s clear that he is currently in the most sacred space an artist can achieve, the continuous process of creation. Wesley speaks with Art Beat Conversations about the uncomfortable yet necessary interaction he is currently in with his art. Tackling some very relevant and heavy issues in Native America, such as stereotyping and racism, his concept is what fuels his intense and consuming method. Wesley feels it is necessary to allow himself to push through his comfort zone, opening a space for thought to form, for the work to speak for him, through him, and in turn create a dialogue to other people. Wesley is not concerned however with how others may receive his latest works. He is in the middle of discovering how he feels about and reacts to them himself. This is inspiring and something that often gets lost in our ‘instant’ post and share world. This ‘all in’ approach is the part that intrigues, and has brought me personally to another level of respect for this artist.