Video performance and installation 

Vérorose - Telenovela Trailer

Vérorose - Telenovela Trailer

Videoperformance and installation

Duration: 2.42 min – Format: 16:9 (PAL) | Posters (42,0 cm x 59,4 cm) | autograph cards (9,8 cm x 14,6 cm) | interieur

Never tired of falling in love, Vérorose plays with the structures of popular Latin American as well as European telenovelas in combination with elements of well-known musicals, such as The Sound of Music. In my fictional trailer, Julie Andrews is replaced by Vérorose, costumed in an exaggerted version of an Austrian Tracht. Multi-sexed, she can change her appearance whenever she wants. But she finds happy endings boring…

For the staging of the telenovela, locations in Vienna were picked which are similar to the original Latin American series locations. The trailer shows faked rehearsals, behind-the-scene elements and concrete elements of the telenovela Vérorose.

The fictional telenovela Vérorose consists of a trailer, autograph cards and fan posters like a real television series.


Cinematograpy by: 

Suzie Léger


Camera operator by: 

Judith Grünauer


1. Assistant camera, Photographer & Scriptgirl by: 

Raffaela Bielesch


Stage Lightning by: 

Judith Grünauer


Make Up & Hair Styling by: 

Julia Burger; Sound & Vocals: Irma Tulek & Veronika Hösch


Graphic Design by: 

Veronika Hösch & Irma Tulek


Installation phontos by:

Veronika Hösch 


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FEM4 Contemporary Video Art Exhibition Tour, curated by Videokanava, Cultural House Mikäel Härkänen | Cultural House Laikku |

Tahmela Villa Tampere | Center of Contemporary Art Pispala (FIN) 2019

Some Threads and Traces – 13 Austrian Women (Video) Artists, Photon Gallerie Wien, (AT) 2019

Some Threads and Traces – 13 Austrian Women (Video-) Artists, Photon Gallery Ljubljana (SLO) 2019

entzaubert – noncommercial QUEER D.I.Y. Filmfest, Berlin (DE) 2012

9th Naoussa International Filmfestival, Naoussa (GR), 2012

VI. International Biennal of Textile Art México, Galería Carolos Fuentes, Xalapa (MX) 2011