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You can learn a lot from experiencing live demos. There's always a chance that they will be interesting, though most visual artists could use some lessons in rhetoric and develop a bit of personality if they are going to appear before audiences. Like the demo I attended briefly at the local art store yesterday.
It was "staged" in a stuffy foyer with a skylight letting the hot sun pelt down and I think it was about 36° C and airless in there, instead of in the larger seminar room that has noth light and windows you can open! It was a demo on structures (such as the one in Metamorphis VIII) and the artist had already stuck something on the canvas. She then got a hairdryer going to dry off what she had done to the artwork. That was my cue to leave, not just to get away from the noise, but because the humidity was already giving me breathing problems! So much for the demo.