Electronics for Women

Electronics for Women was a series of four workshops that combined traditional handicrafts with soft electronics.
The participants were a group of six women aged 20 to 26 originally from Mon State in Myanmar (Burma).
The workshops took place October - November 2011 at OWMO (Overseas Mon Women Organization).
They were held in the cross-border town of Mae Sot, Tak Province in Thailand.













































Electronics for Women: II was also featured at Borderline Collective's facebook page.
Borderline is a non-proft collective of women's organisations, artists and community groups living and working along the Thailand-Burma border.

Presentation at AAG 2012 Geographies of Craft and Crafting, abstract here. [February 25, 2012]