Performative art: Is it realistic?

Art has long served as a medium for expressing ideas, emotions, and stories. With more artists seeking notoriety and visibility, performative art has become a vehicle for artists to be more immersive in pop culture and seek trend domination on social media.
Transcending conventional boundaries, performative art encompasses a wide range of artistic practices that prioritize live, temporal, and often interactive elements. Unlike static forms of art, such as paintings or sculptures, performative art unfolds in real-time, engaging viewers through a combination of actions, gestures, sounds, and sometimes even audience participation. This multidimensional approach blurs the lines between the artist, the artwork, and the spectator, fostering a sense of immediacy and intimacy.
One artist noted in her live painting demonstration that engaging with on-lookers allowed her to grow her followers and fan base. Interacting encouraged more people to come over and ask questions to understand her process and style. 
Performative artworks unfold in real-time, often existing only in the moment of their performance and leaving behind traces in memory or documentation. Through its fusion of body, time, and space, it offers a unique lens through which to explore the complexities of art and its intersections with culture.