One February morning in 2014, Michel Tuffery and a coalition of artists, art workers, scientists, rangers and tow truck drivers entered the bushland near Airds known as the Woolwash and retrieved six wrecked cars.
For the following seven weeks Tuffery and his team worked tirelessly in an outdoor sculpture studio in the Airds shopping centre car park building the sculpture Buru Transforma Kangaroo (2014).
A dynamic learning and community engagement program ran alongside targeted at local youth.
The residency culminated in the Transforma Party on 12 4/1/2014 and two days later the sculpture made its short journey from the car park studio to Airds High School where it now stands.
This publication documents Transforma Michel Tuffery’s ambitious art project.