We at FprBuro Communications Agency recently produced a project for Henry Mova, a performance artist, art hunter, and representative of the conceptual bionic art movement. Our team developed a project in the format of a video review called "Art Hunting", where Henry Mova shared their unique art finds from the 2nd Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art at Garage Museum. During the event, Henry Mova engaged with talented artists and museum representatives, discussing transgressions, media therapy, escape into virtuality, and the limitless possibilities of forms and mediums within the exhibition.
The Art Hunter Henry Mova highlighted the dystopian installation by Zanori, a research experiment that includes discussions about the Albiutopist media space and other digital art objects; The plot, which has become a guide, decoding the world of digital art and reality. The exposition of the 2nd Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art entitled "Beautiful Night of All People" is a unique showcase of the relationship between the artists, including the participants of the 1st Triennial and those whom they recommended for the show in 2020.
We at FprBuro would like to extend our gratitude to the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art for their help in organizing the shooting and also thank the keeper of secret art knowledge of the 2nd Triennial, Olga Aleksikova.
Since the beginning of 2020, FprBuro Communications Agency has produced and overseen the projects of Henry Mova, the first representative of the conceptual bionic art movement and art hunter. We have taken on the responsibility of organizing artist participation in the art industry, collaborations, and media to promote Henry Mova's work.