Wood, copper wire, sheet steel, glass, paint
100,6 x 60,6 x 14 cm
London-based William Farr was born in 1992 in Huddersfield, England and is a multidisciplinary artist best known for his ephemeral sculptures made from wire, flowers and waste materials.
His work possesses a whimsical quality, fluidly juxtaposing colour and texture, to create artworks that are a celebration of ephemera and controlled chaos. He manages to transform everyday junk into intricate works, oscillating between fine art, interior architecture and set design.