ero.edu is a set of magnetic elements made for sharing the knowledge about sex education from a non-oppressive and not only binary perspective. It contains extensive knowledge in the field of human anatomy, biological processes and birth control methods. It allows not only to learn the names, but also to see the inside view of the human body. The project aims to increase body-awareness and trigger a discussion about the current situation of sex education worldwide.

The first prototype of the project was made in Poland as a result of many interviews conducted with non-governmental educational organisations. The main goal was to investigate how sex education is provided in Poland and then to design a tool using which children would learn about their bodies with no stigmatization. After moving to Sweden, I have decided to do the same research here and redesign the project in order to make it even more inclusive. This way I created a very neutral tool for sharing the knowledge abut sex education for people different genders and sexes.
ero.edu was tested on a group of 100 teenagers with whom I conducted workshops for a few days. As I visited one of the international schools in Stockholm, I was given an opportunity to introduce the project to groups of 7th, 8th and 9th graders. Their feedback became very important in the design process. They felt like assembling pieces together helps them understand how organs are connected and how they function. It also made them remember this information better. ​​​​​​​

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exhibition:
KONSTFACK & CO, STOCKHOLM, 2019 ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​