Art and Disaster, Human and Society A Korean/ UK arts project
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Deadline Friday 21 July 2017
“Art & Disaster” is a nomadic-residency-project team which sends artist to disaster areas and to help restore children’s memory and dream by artistic activity. “Art & Disaster” team consists of Korean 4 artists (Kang Jeauk, Ha Seok Jun, Im Do One, Shin Kiwoun). The group visited Tacloban in the Philippines in 2015 which was attacked by a destructive typhoon (2013) and restored broken toys by using a 3D printer by the workshop.
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 in extremely vulnerable state living in wreckages after being attacked by natural disasters.
Build Your Own 3D Printer
Two Day Workshop led by Im, Do One
A practical guide to design 3D printing products and to build your-own-printer. An intensive 2 day workshop for artists acquire the basic knowledge of how to build and use a 3D printer for their artistic practices. Learn the basic theory of three dimensional printing, assemble electronic parts, Assemble body parts to complete the printer, test printing and maintenance.
31 Jul 2017
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