Wild Dogs is an art production, curation, and design company based in NYC. We collaborate with artists, musicians, museums, brands, developers, and civic organizations through site-responsive installation design and production. Wild Dogs works at a variety of scales to transform spaces and create visceral experiences of light, sound, performance, and projection.

 We run with the best dogs, to create the best experiences.

Highlights from 2016

  • Chocolate Chamber - a multi-sensory, immersive experience for the Museum of Ice Cream
  • Adult Swim - installation design for Yves Scherer's exhibition at Shin Gallery
  • Rochambeau - art direction and set design for s/s 2017 launch video and runway show
  • Camden Night Gardens - intergalactic block party festival of light and sound on the steps of City Hall in Camden, NJ
  • Monumental Ruins - permanent LED installation on the facade of the House of Vans
  • Maybelline - projection design for series of Maybelline commericals
  • 9:30 Club - World's Fair-style exhibition of 35 years of the legendary concert venue's history


Farmer founded Wild Dogs International, after 5 years as the Creative Director of Nuit Blanche New York (NBNY). Previously, he worked with Project for Public Spaces and co-founded DoTank:Brooklyn, a collaborative of urbanists and artists enhancing the city through small-scale change. Throughout his diverse projects, Farmer remains committed to creating site-specific platforms for artists to engage their surroundings through collaborative interventions and sophisticated spectacles.

Artist collaborations include Vito Acconci, Rita Ackermann, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Marco Brambilla, Holly Herndon, Conrad Shawcross, Yves Scherer, and others. His work has been featured in the Venice Architecture Biennale, the New Museum, Palais de Tokyo and under-utilized public spaces throughout New York City.