Ar·te Po·ver·a 2.0

/ˈärtā ˈpōvərə,ˈpô-/


  1. a style and movement in art originating in Italy in the 1960s combining aspects of conceptual, minimalist, and performance art, and making use of worthless or common materials such as stones or newspapers, in the hope of subverting the commercialization of art. The 2.0 used in this title is a definition I use to denote a superior or more advanced version of an original concept, product, service, inspired by my time in San Francisco at the Bay Area during the Technology boom. (2017-19)