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NABA takes part in the 16th edition of the virtual exhibition Nature Created by Design, presented on December 14th and hosted by Indonesian Institut Teknologi Bandung.

The international exhibition, which changes every year the hosting academy, is born to communicate how current environmental problems and issues in relation to ecology and sustainability are central to the art and design didactic paths. It aims to demonstrate how, in the sector, innovative developments in the field of applied arts can be fundamental for the rethinking process of man's relationship with the ecosystem from not only a creative point of view but actively contributing to the reduction of human impact on planet Earth.

NABA Communication and Graphic Design Area participates with four communication projects revolving around the themes of ecology and sustainability, realised by the students of the BA in Graphic Design and Art Direction, whose 3D models are present in the initiative’s virtual gallery, here.

The projects selected for the exhibition, created under the guidance of NABA lecturers Arif Bashir, Riccardo Baccani, Orazio Marino, and Marco Pochetti, are “Dafne e Apollo” by Marco Graziaplena; “Una Favola Inquinata” thesis project by Elena Zecchin; “The Ant” by Leon Accurso; “Tartaruga Cosmica” by Wiliam Ray Fardetti.

The initiative has seen the collaboration of many international institutions such as Seoul Institute of the Arts, University of Reading, Shanghai Institute of Visual Arts, Maastricht Institute of Arts, Musashino Art University, USC Roksi School of Art and Design that took part in the exhibition with their students and lecturers.

Cover: from the project “Dafne e Apollo” by student Marco Graziaplena

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