H. H. Capor
Capor’s work can be seen as a permanent confrontation with social taboos. In the beginning, he confronted religion and the state through actionism. Lately, social issues are at the core of his work, while still ferreting out taboos.
Verena and the confrontation with sickness and eroticism, or Veiling, which explores the taboo of the voluntary veiling of Muslim women, are works with a strong reference in time that react and allude to social realities.
They are realized using photos, videos, music, installation, works in the public space, etc., and adapted to the subject in order to achieve an optimum transfer to the observer.