Will’s research interests are focused on agriculture and food - understanding it as a critical frontline of engagement between humans and their environment. It is a space that continues to become ever more important within the context of the current climatic and ecosystem breakdown. His research aims to engage with the actors who inhabit these conditions. These spaces encompass those working the land itself to the wider labour-relations outside of the field and extend to the many non-human entities who blur the various cosmological distinctions embedded within this current age.
Conceptualised by the machinic as methodology, his work uses film, photography, sound and performance as a means of navigating environmental ruptures. In so doing, these machinic images construct speculative narratives and dream-like imaginaries that become places of conversation to provoke new ideas and understandings of environmental conditions.