William Farr is best know for his sculptures made from wires, flowers, waste materials and installation works of homes.
“My work mainly revolves around the idea of isolation, I cut and edit different objects to distort their form and draw different meaning from them. I often use degradable materials. I like the way it forces you to capture something at exactly the right moment.” He says.
His work has a delicate naïve quality, carefully playing with colour and texture. Age twenty William had his first exhibition at the Museum of contemporary art in Santiago Chile, William has since gone on to create temporary installations in the Tate Modern and Liberty and for Charles Jeffrey's S/S17. He has been featured on the pages of ID, ES magazine and The Sunday Times Style Magazine.