Anna May Kirk is an artist, curator and creative producer based in Sydney, Australia. As an artist, Kirk is interested in the immaterial and spectral nature of Anthropogenic climate change. Through sculptural glass and sensory installations, Kirk engages the beholder’s body as a sensitive and porous instrument for encountering the magnitude of environmental change. In her research-based practice, Kirk entangles times, intensities and scales of planetary transformation, investigating moments of climatic change throughout history to speculate on the uncertain future. In 2021 Kirk presented a major new commission at the Powerhouse Museum for ‘Eucalyptusdom’ and founded Supper Sessions in partnership with 107 Projects. In 2022 she will present a solo exhibition at Verge Gallery, and ‘Radical Slowness’ at the Lock Up, co-curated with Tai Mitsuji.