From 22 January to 28 March 2021, the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, in partnership with The MeshMinds Foundation, will transform the Centre’s car park into an immersive art experience that spotlights an important celebration of our Chinese culture, as well as the importance of sustainability. 



As an exhibition that can be enjoyed on foot or electric car, Moo Moo PARK also casts a spotlight on sustainability. A fleet of electric cars will be waiting in the Centre’ car park to offer an audio-guided journey around the visually captivating art and installations made by the eight artists in collaboration with local design studio, Space Objekt.



Through their creative works, each artist will also address one or more of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, with a special focus on topics such as air pollution, the future of sustainable mobility, as well as the endangered habitat of the gaur, a type of wild ox native to Southeast Asia. You will enjoy a meaningful, inspirational and educational bonding experience with your families and friends with plenty of unique memories and instagrammable moments to capture and share.



Upon stepping into Moo Moo PARK, you will learn how eight local artists – Almostasthma, André Wee, ANTZ, Danielle Tay, Howie Kim, Mithra, Puffingmuffin and Toby Tan – have worked with local creative technology studio, MeshMinds, to interpret elements of our Chinese culture into selfies and augmented reality murals, using Instagram powered by Spark AR from Facebook. Through a digital showcase on the Centre’s website, people will be able to enjoy the augmented reality artworks from the comfort of their own home with a smartphone.

According to Aspirant SG