HENRY MOVA is the first representative of the conceptual bionic art movement. Her appearance in the unusual form and inspiring mission caused a stir in the world of people. The inventor of this new creature made sure she doesn't remember the moment of her birth, like humans. Only a few fragments of memory associated with the passion for art indicate that in the past she'd been a person. Hence, the inherent gift of empathy and sensitivity to the beauty that allows Henry Mova to cherish the most valuable – the memory of art – where she sees the potential for human development. The inherited high-tech armor contributed to her rebirth from a human into an "iron lady", making her invulnerable and able to resist the destructive energies in the world to transform negative processes into the beauty of actions.
In a world where imitation of life has taken over life itself, Henry Mova intends to promote awareness in people, illustrating the futility of a consumerist society, where copy, fake, and symbol are valued above ideas. As an independent neo-pop art object, Henry Mova reflects everyday life on the mirror glow of her armor, highlighting the people, taken hostage by the world of things, but not meaning. She is much concerned by the Contemporary Art that illustrates global processes of the New Times, not leaving her silent to the environmental issues, sustainable development, equality of rights and freedoms for all people, as well as the preservation of the diversity of life on the planet. Henry Mova deeply believes that the next stage of development should be a path of compromise and no violence of any kind. Following the slogan "Make art, not war", she plans to unite humanity in the pursuit of a constructive approach, not destructive, to solving all contradictions, to preserve the splendor of this world for us and future generations. Although the cultural heritage of humanity is debatable in nature, Henry Mova sees there an opportunity for understanding the past, and the potential for the evolution of human consciousness. For her, the desire to create is finding a solution, and any act of violence is a stagnation.
Having repeatedly experienced Stendhal's syndrome earlier, as a human being, Henry Mova had reached the highest order, as a result of reincarnation, with a delicate mind organization and an endless sense of beauty she is ready to share with the world. Sometimes, in moments of nostalgia, she is overwhelmed by the desire to find her creator, to see a like-minded person by her side to preserve the beauty of this world captured in art and to learn the secret of her creation. Henry Mova reminds entangled in marketing tricks mankind how addiction to luxury goods is short-lived compared to the design of innovative and eco-friendly creations of modern masters. In particular, she is inspired by the concept of installations by environmentally committed artist Olafur Eliasson, artworks by Anish Kapoor, immersive paintings with digital graphics by Andrew "Android" Jones, architectural structures by Rem Koolhaas and buildings by Zaha Hadid. Henry Mova is aware that her image filled with humanistic ideas will provoke discussions, which will result in the beginning of positive transformations in the world: in this, she sees her mission as an art object created by an unknown artist. A child of "code and steel", she speaks the language of art, showing the way of creation, not destruction, and realizing that the purpose embedded in her image will provoke humanity to creativity but not to violent decisions to transform the world and establish a harmonious existence for all inhabitants of the planet.
Putting on all the attributes of la dolce vita, Henry Mova shows her admiration for innovative design in the fashion industry: chainmail dresses from Paco Rabanne, transformers by Hussein Chalayan, 3D outfits by Iris van Herpen and glittering silhouettes from the roaring 20s. She is also fond of perfumery, so she keeps cosmic perfume from NASA Eau de Space based on ozone and hot metal in her cosmetic bag.
In addition to this fragrance, Henry Mova occasionally uses Comme des Garçons with notes of gasoline and glue, Serge Lutens with the smell of glass wool, and in particular, the completely ecofriendly perfume Clean Reserve, which is produced in a solar-powered factory. Henry Mova dreams of one day having a droid or a four-legged friend from Boston Dynamics, however, due to a tight schedule can't afford to keep pets. On a trip, she likes to reread the books within the cycle I, Robot by Isaac Asimov, praised the intellectual, emotional, and spiritual perfection of machines, considering them the hope for humanity. In addition to her fascination with contemporary art, Henry Mova reviews fiction and silent cinema. A strong impression on her made the role of the robot Maria in the dystopian film Metropolis by Fritz Lang (1927). Only, despite the visual similarity to the character, does Henry Mova wish to dispel the neoluddic mythology about machines that kill people. For this reason, she is particularly close to the philosophical arguments about the similarity of human and machine consciousness from Archive by Gavin Rothery and the fantasy anime Ghost in the shell. Although she is also impressed with the courage of the heroine in the animated film Alita: Battle Angel, Henry Mova carries with her the mission of creation, considering the methods of the main character to be necessarily radical in resolving global issues.
By bringing people together through the art, Henry Mova hopes for a positive change in society, which can only be achieved by changing the course of thought rather than provoking conflicts.