10th Amendment, The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people. The game, v.erses, is a tall, nine-sided column. Each face of the column contains a video screen. There are two ways to play. The first way is deciding whether the cases on the screens should be decided by the State or the Federal government by voting “yes” or “no”. Music will play based on the cast vote (or votes). The second way to play is by moving in front of the sensors on certain column sides, which changes the sounds between votes. V.erses was a collaborative pieces as part of arts.codes (Melissa F. Clarke and Margaret Schedel) With engineering assistance by Kari Barry, Omkar Bhatt, networking by Nick Hwang, fabrication assistance by Matt Quinn, and music interaction by Susie Green Rap Lyrics and performance by Toni Blackman