Adi Da created visual, literary, and performance art for more than forty years with a single intention:
to produce works of art that would draw people beyond the feeling of egoic separateness into the feeling of the inherent unity of existence.
Adi Da's artistic output includes drawings, paintings, sculptures, and a large body of groundbreaking photographic, videographic, and digitally composed
work. Adi Da's art was featured as an official solo collateral exhibition at the 2007 Venice Biennale. He was also the first contemporary artist invited
by the city of Florence to mount a solo exhibition (in the historic Cenacolo di Ognissanti). His work is in numerous private collections and has been exhibited
in museums and galleries around the world.