“Year Of The Ox” is a multimedia artwork by London based artist, Gordon Cheung. It is first conceived as an augmented reality based site-specific public art installation at A. Wong Restaurant in celebration of Chinese New Year 2021. Each element of the animated mural symbolises Chinese New Year, spreading good health and prosperity and celebrating new beginnings through a medium that embraces tradition, innovation and unity in multicultural London.

To experience the Augmented Reality on the app, point the camera at the artwork, and capture a photo or video to share with your family and friends.

Gordon Cheung is a London-based multimedia artist and Andrew Wong is the Chef Patron of recently crowned, 2 Michelin starred restaurant A. Wong in Pimlico. Andrew and Gordon are British born Chinese, who grew up navigating between Eastern and Western cultures. For 2021’s Chinese New Year, they have joined forces to create a cutting edge, interactive art installation to give back to the community with a positive message of joy, hope, good luck, and to wish for health and prosperity for the new year.

Produced by INEZ SUEN with special thanks to MetaObjects. In partnership with Rémy Martin.

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