We love this.
From the article:
The artist — recent winner of the $5,000 emerging artist award from the Council of the Arts in Ottawa — was asked by a gallery to create works for an exhibition on the bicentennial of War of 1812, with a theme on the health-care side of battle. Tsui was skeptical, but research taught him that battlefield surgery “was a really messy procedure,” he tells me during an interview in his Centretown home. “Since a musket (ball) isn’t aerodynamic, when it enters your body it doesn’t come clean out, like a modern bullet, it just kind of rattles around in your torso.”
Others might imagine that ball rattling around their innards and think “ouch.” What Tsui thought was, “it’s kind of like a pinball machine.” His art project on historic military health-care was born.
I’d very much like to hear the sound effects on this game.