- 1958 : naissance en Roumanie
- 1964 : aliyah avec sa famille ; vit à Tel-Aviv
- 1977 : s’établit dans l’Arava et devient l’un des fondateurs du kibboutz Samar. Digi est photographe, artiste et enseignant et travaille dans la palmeraie du kibboutz.
- 1993 – Completed photographic studies at the Ramat Hasharon Academy
- 1994 – Taught photography at the Maaleh Shaharut High School, in the Southern Arava
- 1995 – This Is The Time – KIdmat Eden Gallery, curator – Dina Miller
- 1996 – Photographs – Artifus Gallery, Florentine, Tel Aviv
- 1997 – Praying – Pe’er Gallery, Tel Aviv
- 1997 – Objects, from Hand Photography – Leonardo Da Vinci Gallery
- 1999 – Everything Is Open – Hakibbutz Gallery, curator – Tali Tamir
- 2003 – Screensaver – Lien 20 Gallery, curator – Mihal Hakham
- 2004 – In Movement – Hamisrad Gallery, Tel Aviv, curator – Rahel Sukman, guest curator – Dana Liters
- 2005 – Hand Photography – Photography Gallery, Beit Gabriel
- 2008 – One-Off Exhibition – Kibbutz Samar
- 2010 - ”INs and OUTs”, personal exhibition. Romanian Cultural Institute in Tel Aviv. 26.05 – 16.08.2010
- 1993 – Five Photographers – Hakibbutz Gallery, curator – David Collett
- 1993 – Academy Graduates – Bograshov Gallery, curator – Simha Sherman1996 – Yitzhak Rabin Press Photographs – Ramat Gan Museum, curator -Meir Ahornsson
- 1997 – Photo Jonah – Ramat Gan Museum, curators – Meir Aharonson and Roni SOmek
- 1998 – Women in the World of Reality – Limbus Gallery, curator – Ofer Ze’evi
- 2002 – Center for Artistic Photography – Chelsea, New York
- 2003 – Do It To Yourself – Time for Art, curator – Gidon Efrat
- 2007 – The Desert Book – Hakibbutz Gallery, curator – Yanov Shapira
Digi about his photography:
The photographic medium is locked into a single moment.
The photographed image serves as an object which is individually connected to the juncture in the working time when the photograph is printed, in other words the time lapse between the moment the photograph is taken and the creation of the final image is the active photographic time – in terms of time, space and expanse.
Awareness and expertise comprise the work basis of control of originality and randomness.
These media exist in the creative space.
The connection between, or between some of them, is expressed in the two-dimensional frame of the photograph.
The photograph is a meeting point between the control of the time of the photographed image and the final result.
The final image is a direct result of my mental personal and environmental state, irrespective of the original photograph – in other words, the dialogue time that elapses between the moment the photograph is taken and the printing of the photograph.
The printing process is a direct offshoot of the image.
It is not produced by means of the accepted process, rather it uses personal tools, and changes the accepted rules of printing.
The process also takes longer than usual, and can last several hours.
The choice of the image by the artist offers an infinite working domain which connects with reality.