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A visual text within Payami's work

Payami's visual text displays an event of narration in multiple fragments superimposed in frank dialogue or open confrontation in which, unlike local painting, there is a predominant element or a pure visual nature in his work. All values ​​face their own value, worth the redundancy; we are before a plural and democratic visual text where each element is enthroned appealing to different readings.

The work of payami shows reminiscences to a laboriousness and visual richness of a large part of the pictorial tradition of Dominican art abroad; at the same time that it displays a great accumulation of values ​​and knowledge that is translated from the artistic practice of this geography, enhancing the most intellectual aspect of artistic practice. It is possible to recognize writing strategies that, appealing to the configuration of spaces of silence and emptiness, of porosities and breaks, draw a map in which, through a repositioning and confrontation of knowledge, it is possible to demarcate areas that allow a sacred reading of the History of Dominican art.

The painting of this artist expands into an articulation that allows him to operate from the assumption of a clear separation between the chorreteos and the funds. These fields are made explicit in the collage as imaginary, rather than as a technical resource. The pieces that make up this process are organizing a heterogeneity of plural knowledge through a practice of writing and rewriting (layers and layers and layers of paintings) that are combined according to different variables within each of the fragments of a proposal that tends to the narrative, to situate ourselves in a graphic continuum.

The Greco-Latin philosophers and their formal-cultural representation are some of the accidents of Payami's painting territory; whose enclaves stimulate the visual and interpretative research. His work creates meaning when consigned, according to the well-known derridean formula, one could say, the constant accumulation of images saturates the implicit mechanics of space occupation operating as excess.

The rewriting operations in this text: inclusion, reinterpretation, overlap, among others, would tend not only to duplicate the specialized nature of his painting but, by the vigor with which they are made, would eventually modify the traditional relationship with blank space . That is why in his work Payami presumes a tendency to volume, to the three-dimensionality that reaches the unfolding of the drawing, making the work almost sculptural. It intensifies from this perspective one of the senses that refers to Jackson Pollock and attributes to the relationship between white and the chorreteos: "the white is shown, by the operation of writing that tends to fill it, as infinite, always fillable, always possible to fill payami inquires with his majestic work in the interiorities of us, the origin of our karma, which is the set of ancestors, the dynamics of souls that have previously been and that now influence or intersect. Whose work is nourished of Santo Domingo, of memories and Caribbean ancestry, being the consequence of a trip by the past and the present, uniting the times and countries with their works, fusing them in a whole, because it is the concept of the time in the creation of Payami, and it's relative.

A relativity that travels beyond circumstances, which is the product of an attitude that consolidates space and the margin of time. The Submerged chorreteos, not only are Chorreteos as such, but we are ourselves, our circumstances and our ancestors and past lives. Everything is part of a whole, of a set of ecosystems that is clearly evident from the fact that letting flow is happening, and the mere fact of creating is the supreme moment, the experience precedes itself. Every experience is a unique act, the Dominican creator knows it, investigates his past, makes a journey through his childhood, adolescence and his desires now, without renouncing fantasy, seeking the prize in every journey he makes in his life.

Payami is an artist who fits into the dynamics of existence, understanding that there is something more, that there is a concatenation of moments, some lived, others understood as already lived but, in reality, only accepted from the side; while the most rest in the mind of their world of action, there is no evidence, only circumstances of such evidence, accumulation of sensations, but, their magical world is still there, is the verification.

Not only signs, exterior, water, sky, clouds, air, but are things of their nature, Payami works in mixed media on canvas, combining painting, drawing, collage, matter with gesture, detail, color, architectural approach abstract, in which the subconscious and conscious dialogue in an environment in which space gives way to the protagonism, submerging in a pluri orientative environment in which highlights its vision of itself.

The author is a member of the Dominican College of Plastic Artists (CODAP) and the International Association of Plastic Artists (AIAP) UNESCO. Member of the International Literary Movement La Metapoesía, New York, USA and Member of the Dominican Socio-Cultural Association in Catalonia, Barcelona, ​​Spain.

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Payami Art: A visual text within Payami's work
A visual text within Payami's work
Payami Art
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