︎January 2021

Woolwich Print Art Festival - Selected Artist

Extremely pleased to be part of 2021 Woolwich Art Festival Showcasing the best in international contemporary printmaking & formulating new approaches to contemporary print with over 500 artists & specialist galleries at Londons latest landmark creative destination. A collaboration with Kristina Chan.

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︎January 2021

Arcana Nature Artifice
We have been excited to work with the Philosoper Emanuele Coccia for the set of Major Arcana Nature-Artifice. The arcana set interwave the meaning of the traditional Visconti-Sforza arcana set, designed by Brembo Cicognara in 1451. Each Major Arcana has been translated in a symblolic glossary of design issues on the theme of Nature and Artifice, for the 2021 interdisciplinary Workshop of Politecnico di Milano, Lead by Professor Giovanna Piccinno, Elisa Cattaneo and Emanuele Coccia.
As in the dadaist game of Cadavre exquis, we created for each issue a card, allusion and symbolic meaning are translatedwith mixed media. They are completed by the aphorism written for each card by Emanuele Coccia, inspired by emblem literature and latind Palindrome.

︎October 2020

Exhibition of Piscina Mirabilis at Bacoli, Naples - Selected as Innovative Proposal for Reuse Italy Italian Ruin
Team: Aurora Destro, Cristina Morbi

︎August 2020

Piscine Mirabilis - Bacoli
Competition ReuseItaly: Reuse the Roman Ruin
Team: Aurora Destro, Cristina Morbi
Brief: The second edition of the cultural project Reuse Italy promotes an international architecture competition on the reuse of Piscina Mirabilis, a Roman reservoir located in the countryside of Naples. The contest is powered by a partnership with ArchDaily, KooZA/rch, 120g, EX32, and with the official support of the Parco Archeologico dei Campi Flegrei, the Minicipality of Bacoli (Naples) and the FAI.
Juror: Fala Atelier (Filipe Magalhães, Ana Luisa Soares & Ahmed Belkhodja), DNA Architecture (Xu Tiantian), KooZA/rc (Federica Sofia Zambeletti), Open- fabric (Francesco Garofalo), Fernando Guerra, Enorme Studio (Carmelo Rodríguez & Rocío Pina), Peter Guthrie, SET Architects (Lorenzo Catena, Onorato di Manno & Andrea Tanci), ArchDaily (Diego Hernandez).

︎June 2020

Kristina Chan Wondeful Prints with DETHUN - Cadavre Exquis
Limited Edition presented to Royal Accademy London

︎January 2020

Maetherea Invited Designer and Artists to its launch event, CADAVRE EXQUIS, with Patricia Stadler at the BargeHouse in London.

In 1925, on a winter night in Paris, the Cadavre Exquis was born from the surrealist imagination of Andre Breton, Marcel du Champ, and Yves Tanguy.The term Exquisite Corpse refers to a collective assembly of images and words. It is an exercise in appropriation and applied creativity. It doesn’t tell the story of a single frame, but stratification of narratives, each unique and recognizable, overlapped in time.5 Tables. 5 Talks. 25 Designers.We will re-live the Dadaist parlor experiment collectively generating unpredictable designs. The process of appropriation is the mechanism. Letting go is the key.In this our inaugural event. over the course of the evening, 5 invited artists, designers and architects will speak. This is a symposium of Natural Technology and Digital Biodynamics. We are interested in seeing output from these overlapped discussions. How we shape nature in a non-real world? How do we interlock biological features and digital landscapes?

Cristina Morbi Presented the Concept of Surralist Parlour an Appropriation as process of Design. Design Art and Architecture Symposium.
Talk and Simultaneous Design. Kristina Chan – Lucid Dreams in Printed Landscapes. Gabriel Tanase – Ethereal to Pixels. Bruno Zamborlin – Hyperfurfaces. Diane Chappalley – Psychological Landscapes. Alicia Hidalgo – Ethereal Non-Natura.


︎March 2020

DETHUN Cristina Morbi Invited to Present Concept Generation of Performative Landscape to CGLA Landscape Architecture Team


︎May 2019

Student projects from the Climate Performance design workshop by Markus Jatsch and Cristina Morbi at the PolitecnBroken Nature exhibition at the Triennale di Milano



︎January 2019

Students Work Presented to Milan President of Zona 9 - The visionary projects of the Students of 1st Year Master Degree in Interior and Spatial Design - Landscape Desin Course
Scalo Farini - Urban Temporary Tactics
Professor: Giovanna Piccinno, Cristina Morbi, Osvaldo Pogliani, Marco Barsottini
Assistants: Daniele Mazzingi, Alice Zingales

︎February 2019

Climate Performance Workshop at Politecnico di Milano, Markus Jatsch and Cristina Morbi for the second year collaborated with Giovanna Piccinno for the Interdisciplinar Workshop, Landscape, Interior and Ephemeral Design, on the topic of Climate Performance, lateral thinking on climate change and urban design solutions.
Video Credit: Zhou Kang
Professori: Giovanna Piccinno (Interdisciplinary Workshop Coordinator), Markus Jatsch (Lead Visiting Professor Interdisciplinary Workshop), Cristina Morbi (Tutor Visiting Professor Interdisciplinary Workshop)
Assistent: Alice Zingales, Daniele Mazzinghi
Students Assistent: Kristina Miskute, Gaia Brambilla
Criticsi: Luca Guerrini, Giulia Gerosa

︎February 2017

Climate Performance Workshop at Politecnico di Milano, Markus Jatsch and Cristina Morbi invite Giotto, artist using sinaesthetic improvisation to translate students’ work into Piano compositions.

︎March 2013

Pubblication on Domus
Exhibition Michele De Lucchi Studio