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It works! (2011)

It works! is a performative piece that demonstrates the past, present and future craft practice of creating Electronics Textiles. The work is the result of group discussions about the foreseeable and desirable futures of e-textile craft. It works! was conceived and realized in two days during the e-textiles summer camp in Rydal, Sweden.



Collaborative work

Front and Back

Close-ups of process


It Works was created during the E-Textiles Summer Camp in collaboration with Isabel Cabral, Meg Grant, Marjan Kooroshnia and Mili Tharakan