Spotlighting Past Projects: VIVISECTION

In 2015, while I was pursuing my BFA at UNCCharlotte, I received a grant from the D-Arts Center to create a digitally fabricated project. I created a card game called Vivisection. Vivisection is a card game consisting of 4” x 6” cards, and prototypes included laser-cut cards for stacking that interact with a lighting fixture. This game is loosely related to the concept of middle-school slumber party games like Truth or Dare. Meant to be played by two people, in a private setting, the game is played by each person in turn drawing a card and answering the question on the card­­­. The point of this game is to provide a vehicle for two people to quickly become intimate with one another. In my