Hannah Perner-Wilson uses conductive materials and craft techniques to create new styles of electronics that emphasize materiality and process. She received a BA in Industrial Design from the University for Art and Industrial Design Linz and an MA in Media Arts and Sciences from the MIT Media Lab. Her website, Plusea, contains links to her numerous projects. It dates back to 2004, and has dozens of pages on her creations. I like her project KOBAKANT, which focuses on wearable technology. They want to deconstruct technology, and create very interesting results. I like how she explained the creation process for the different pieces she presented. Talking about how she came up with the art helped add another layer to it. When I present my own work, I know talking through the steps I took to make it will help my audience understand it better.