(Dynamic Self-Illuminating Device)

Di.Di.Au. (Dynamic Self-Illuminating Device) are unique sculptures that do not produce electricity, such as the name might lead us to believe; luminosity is a necessary precondition and serves to highlight the dynamic process produced by the mechanical and electronic circuits which make up the DSD. In short, the light is used to focus properly on what is happening inside the electromechanical device.
The structural movements obtained reduce the explosion of light to luminous streams and, in the iridescent penetration of the materials used, lumina and velocity become circular movements in an endless vortex, aimed at understanding the world through scientific processes. The fundamental premise is movement, iridescence its essential corollary.
The luminous dynamic sculptures were created in Palermo in 1994 and take part in personal and group art exhibitions and installations in Italy and abroad.