DINOMA – Acrostic without meaning, only gets meaning when contacts with the material world, the human world and the natural world

What is DINOMA

Acrostics have their origins in the ancient Babilonia1. In the Greco-roman world, acrostics were widely used for sacred means. The roots of the word come from the greek ἀκρο- which means extremity and στίχοϛ which stand for line or verse2. DINOMA is an acrostic word without any specific meaning that can be pronounced in different languages in the same way. When the word DINOMA enters in contact with the material world, gains a particular significance and all the various elements that can be derived from it share the same ideals and philosophy. The same happens when DINOMA enters in contact with the human world. It acquires another meaning and all the different initiatives that derive from this branch follow a particular philosophy and share a similar path. Even when the word enters in contact with the natural world, acquires a specific meaning and invites to preserve and dialogue with nature. Feel free to explore the group of initiatives that comprise the DINOMA space. All of them are part of what once was considered the liberal arts. Trivium and Quadrivium in the ancient world were the different schools of thought3. Those were the different paths from where the knowledge was acquired. With the advent of science, the liberal arts were almost abandoned. However, in our modern world, where one answer cannot fit all, the combination of science and art may always bring new alternatives for our current state of evolution. The renaissance and empowerment of the arts and crafts, which in our specific case the refers to the design field, is no longer grounded only in the humanities but is also combined with pure sciences. This blending of different areas of knowledge was very difficult to realize as each one of the fields was looking into its direction. Today this is no longer true and is evolving to propose a new world where all can cooperate and co-create together.

 

1- Krumbacher, K. (1904). Die Akrostichis in der griechischen Kirkenpoesie, in Sitzunberichten der philos.-philol. und der histor. Klasse der Kgl. Bayer. Akademie der Wissenschaften, München 1904, pp. 551-69.
2- Carucci, A. (2008). Il tetrastico in versi “eroelegiaci” dell’innografia bizantina. Chaos e Kosmos.
3- Bastús, J. (1862). El Trivio y el Cuadrivio o la nueva enciclopedia. El como, cuando y la razón de las cosas. Barcelona, IVH de Gaspar.
 
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