Wednesday, August 2, 2017
Tuesday, August 8, 2017
John Street, Stroud, GL5 2HA
South West England
SVA, John Street, Stroud, GL5 2HA

Art & Disaster is a nomadic-residency project team which sends artist to disaster areas and to help restore children’s memory and dreams by artistic activity.
The group visited Tacloban in the Philippines in 2015 which was attacked by a destructive typhoon (2013) and restored broken toys by running 3D printing workshops. The Art and Disaster team focuses on art forms that engage and possibly improve human life with a new technology, 3D printing. They search for an artistic approach and method that  supports a community and lifts the level of happiness especially, for the people left in extremely vulnerable states after being  attacked by natural disasters.


Art & Disaster project artists are Kang Jeauk, Ha Seok Jun, Im Do One, Shin Kiwoun, Kim Ki Jong and Kim Sung Dae. Guest artists are Alexis Milne and Eunju Hitchcock Yoo.

Art & Disaster curators are Gwak Hye Young, Song Yovi and Lee Kyoung.


Co-organised by Art and Disaster (Director, Kang Jeauk), SpaceBA (Director, Im Do One)and 10AAA (Director, Song Yovi). Supported by The Arts Council Korea, 3D way, Hycore, Campus D,  The Research
Institute for City and Humanity.




Art and Disaster, Human and Society

22nd July – 8th August

Fridays and Saturdays 10am-4pm

An exhibition of 3D printed artworks
(repaired toys and remains from Leyte island, Philippines), films, photographs and installations related to the climate change and past activities in Tacloban. Other artworks focusing on human and society will also be shown.



Build Your Own 3D Printer
2 Day Workshop for Artists
Led by Im, Do One

Thurs 3rd – Fri 4th August 10am-4pm
A practical guide to design 3D printing
products and to build your-own-printer.
Maximum six participants. Free.
Apply in advance by 21.07 [email protected]


Robot vs Human
3D Print workshop for Children & Family
Led by Ha, Seok Jun

Mon 7th & Tues 8th August 11am, 1 & 3pm
A demonstration of repairing toys and small
objects with 3D printing. Free drop in

Artist talk
Art and Disaster artists talk

Thursday 3rd August 7.30pm

How can artists’ roles be redefined in
communities struck by a natural disaster? Free