William Farr is a London based multi-disciplinary artist, well known for his ever-adapting installations made from found objects, including wires, withered flowers and waste materials. He often compares the installations to imagery in his mind, a juxtaposition of man-made wires against vibrant colors lent by state-changing florals.
At the age of 20, William exhibited his first exhibition at the Santiago Museum of Contemporary Art in Chile, he has since gone on to create installations across the London fashion scene, collaborating with friends and notable designers, Matty Bovan and Charles Jeffrey. As well as holding temporary installations featuring in Selfridges, Tate Modern, Matches Fashion and Liberty London. With a key position within the London art set, his accomplishments have led to strong features with distinguished publications such as i-D, The Sunday Times Style, ES Magazine and notably William was asked to create an installation and film to celebrate ten years of Katie Grand’s LOVE magazine.