Metamorphosis is the name of this sculpture, installed in 2008, that lines the path at Waterfront Park in the inner west suburb of Pyrmont. Jacksons Landing is the name of the residential and commercial property redevelopment that has taken place on the former site of a major sugar refinery which was operated by the Colonial Refining Company, later CSR Limited. The rusted steel barrel is a Digester which was used in the manufacture of Hardboard. According to the sculptor, Anton James: The sculpture is based on the simple observation that the transformation taking place at Jacksons Landing landscape. The pieces that make up "Metamorphosis", like the basic elements of the site, remain constant, only their orientation and one's perception of them changes.