Biomenstrual


Designing Multispecies Menstrual Care



Biomenstrual is a collection of biomaterial experiments, rituals, and spells for imagining, designing and practicing menstrual care beyond the human body.

Exhibition

When:     October 21 - 28 2021
Where:     Galleri Frihamnstorget
Opening times: 12:00-18:00 or upon request

Opening party

October 22nd 2021 ✨
16:00-19:00
Talk/Workshop

October 24th 2021
13:00-15:00
Details soon

Join the Facebook event: https://fb.me/e/KfhRTqP0

A NAVET project by
Nadia Campo Woytuk & Marie Louise Juul Søndergaard
In collaboration with
Martin Ávila (Konstfack), Antonio Capezza (KTH)




Read about the design process on the project blog 


Nadia Campo Woytuk (she/her) is a designer, artist and researcher exploring feminist perspectives of technologies. She is currently a PhD student in Interaction Design & Women’s Health at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. 


Marie Louise Juul Søndergaard (she/her) is a designer and postdoctoral researcher at AHO The Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Norway. Through speculative and feminist design she explores possible futures of intimate technologies. 


Biomenstrual is a collaborative project between KTH and Konstfack funded by the NAVET center.





Thanks to / in collaboration with:
Madeline Balaam & Women’s health team @ KTH, Anton Poikolainen Rosén, Blivande


Credit: Font “Cirrus Cumulus”