As an interdisciplinary artist, Paul Farmer's studio practice ranges from painting/sculpture hybrids to video to community engagement. His paintings are most often three-dimensional pieces, composed by layering many multiples of thick paint strips. Using paint skins in a sculptural manner, these assemblages center around the idea of the simultaneous ‘concealing as revealing’ nature of the medium. He also experiments with non-traditional methods of video-making, splicing many multiples of textural moving images together with sound. Paul's love of the outdoors and the natural world is often reflected in his work- a common theme being the push-pull relationship between man and earth, in which we see a continuous cycle of un-covering and re-covering, pointing to the changing nature of truth and its relativity.