Anatomical pinball table by Howie Tsui
Canadian artist Howie Tsui redesigned a pinball machine to turn it into a crude simulation of a musket-ball rattling around a soldier's guts for a War of 1812-themed exhibition. It's meant to demonstrate the way that repetition and concentration can inure you to the horrors of war.
Tsui repainted the front glass panel and it now shows a British soldier reeling back as his guts explode from a musket shot (no rolling around inside for this one). The playing surface is painted with organs, tissue and bone.
Is everything still in the right place?