Best of Oikodrom

Oikodrom put together a paper of all publications released in the last 20 years. The publication consists of articles, films and project descriptions. 


Best of Oikodrom


Mulierem Fortem

Join our Mulierem fortem discussion on January 27th, 2014, at the University Vienna. See the programme and read about the project. More


Publication: "Gemeinsam für nachhaltige Entwicklung"

We proudly announce that the reports of our interns Laura Liebel and Florian Kabinger were printed in the OeAD publication "Gemeinsam für nachhaltige Entwicklung". For orders please visit: StudienVerlag.

More information see Young Science at Oikodrom and Nopoor project.


Mulierem Fortem

Join our Round table on January 15th, 5pm, Universität für Angewandte Kunst Wien, and our Discussion on January 27th, 7pm, Universität Wien, to talk about science, art and gender during the Vienna University´s 650 jubilee in 2015. Read more


Nopoor in the Austrian magazine SUEDWIND

Read the article "Armut im Fokus" (Ivanceanu/ Tagesen) about challenges and potentialities of communication between science and politics.



Our online TV presents art works, performances, public lectures and artistic videos from Armenia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. Watch SPACESTV


Come to Berlin and see: Every 7th person

The Konfuzius-Institut in Berlin invites to a documentary series on China. "Jeder siebte Mensch" / "Every 7th person" (see the trailer) by Ina Ivanceanu will be screened on Thursday, November 28th 2013 at 6pm. More


nopoor in the Austrian newspaper "Der Standard"

About nopoor - A common way to a new under- standing of poverty and strategies for dissemination of scientific results. Read the article


nopoor in the Austrian newspaper "Wiener Zeitung"

Heidi Dumreicher was invited to write a guest commentary: "Proteste in Brazilien - eine Fortsetzung des Kampfs gegen Armut"


Gemeinsam für nachhaltige Entwicklung - The future we want

Oikodrom was again happy to welcome eight students in the age of 16-18 to one month of science, theory, research, practice and discussion. Read more


Hot off the press:

Read the SPACES Article "Der Traum vom Raum" by Ina Ivanceanu, published in the SUEDWIND Magazine Nr. 7-8 July 2013


nopoor Conference Flash, Rio de Janeiro, June 2013

Protests in Brazil: Successes and failures in national efforts to fight poverty in Brazil



nopoor project annual meeting

10-12 June 2013

in Rio de Janeiro



SPACES: „Architecture of Common“

SPACES Caravan Ukraine; Kyiv
May 23 - May 28, 2013

Public events, discussions, workshops at Yunist factory



OUT NOW: Hammam Rehablitiation Reader

In the Beginning was the Eye (Im Anfang war der Blick)


"In the Beginning was the Eye" is, with its 45 minutes of abundant avant-garde research, the figurehead of the Director's Fortnight in Cannes 2003. At times a dreamlike vision, at times political, philosophical and even culinary, the film is technically perfect. The stunning sound and visuals and the hypnotic editing ensure that you don't get bored for a second...

Martin Granica, Repérages, Paris


Imagine a portrait of Austria created by Jan Svankmajer and David Lynch: This will give you an idea of Bady Minck's fantastic film work entitled "In the Beginning was the Eye". When a writer investigates Austria through the images presented by postcards, the landscapes around Erzberg and Salzburg become something between a dream and a nightmare.

Hans Schifferle, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Munich


Bady Minck re-evaluates irreverent worlds of images in the form of thousands of postcards whose ardently kitschy views of Austria are re-animated by the avant-garde filmmaker. Her cinematic narrative of a poet's search for images provides the framework for a critical reconquest of an idyllic Alpine landscape. Using breathtaking montage work and elaborate film technology, Bady Minck penetrates deep into the sultry colour of the postcards without succumbing to their camped-up charms.

Daniel Kothenschulte, Frankfurter Rundschau


The masterpiece of this year's Quinzaine des Réalisateurs in Cannes was undoubtedly Bady Minck's "In the Beginning Was the Eye". The film starts by gazing out of an eyelid, which opens and closes, turning us into voyeurs, ready to manipulate objects and facts. What follows is a very interesting work of memory. Neutral images and ideas of "home" are interwoven with suppressed recollections. The irony with which the film deals with stereotypes is reminiscent of the films of Syberberg and his way of playing with clichés. We will surely hear from Bady Minck again!

Raphaël Bassan, Bref, Paris


The most subtle and strange film shown at the IFDA Documentary Festival Amsterdam tells the tale of a poet who is pondering the eternal questions of origin and meaning like a modern Faust. Just like the picture postcards the film has two sides: behind the idealised image on the front hides a "Heil Hitler" while voices whisper to us stories from a different kind of Austria.

Dana Linssen, NRC Handelsblad, Amsterdam