Audi Singapore today unveiled Electric Dreams at the Singapore Motorshow 2023. Created exclusively for Motorshow using AI-generated artwork and Audi’s flagship e-tron GT as a canvas, Electric Dreams will be on display at the event from 12 – 15 January.
Designed in collaboration with Singapore-based multi-disciplinary artist Andy Yang, Electric Dreams comprises multiple layers of AI-generated art transposed on the Audi e-tron GT to accentuate its natural shape. The layers, featuring bold, dynamic and organic brush strokes, were generated using AI system DALL-E 2. The art work was then painted using acrylic paint on to the vinyl car wrap. Artist Andy Yang completed Electric Dreams live at the Singapore Motorshow on 12 Jan by adding the final brush strokes to the bonnet of the Audi e-tron GT.
“Andy and his work embody Audi’s commitment to “Vorsprung durch Technik”, or Progress through Technology,” said Markus Schuster, Managing Director, Audi Singapore. “With Electric Dreams, Audi continues to place a strong emphasis on innovative design, to deliver human-centric products that stimulate all the senses.”
“The process of coming up with a design that would complement the shape, shoulders and curves of the Audi e-tron GT was both fun and challenging,” said Andy Yang. “Audi’s progressive spirit has also given me the creative freedom and opportunity to combine the world of art and technology through AI.”
Andy Yang is a multi-disciplinary artist, based in Singapore, known for his abstract visual and sound experimentations. His latest works include Ceremony (2019), produced for the ArtScience Museum and DE:VOTED (2020), an immersive art experience held during the Singapore Art Week 2020.
Electric Dreams, along with other Audi flagship models, including the Audi e-tron Sportback advanced 50 quattro, the Audi A3 Sedan 1.0 TFSI S tronic, the Audi Q3 Sportback 1.5 TFSI S tronic and more, will be available for public viewing at the Audi exhibit as part of the Singapore Motorshow 2023.