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One of Tadanori Yokoo’s signature creative processes is to hold open studios. Having visitors watch him work, he says, allows him to keep an open mind and highlights the importance of the physical aspect of art. Like the theater, live painting becomes an improvised performance, where the anticipation of visitors watching the process can create a thrilling atmosphere.

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