As the definition of disability arts in Korea is unclear, this study structured the concept of disability arts through the analysis of existing domestic and oversees literature and analyzed the work of Gosling, who is recognized as a representative of disability arts. After structuring disability arts according to the subjectivity and subject of creation, Gosling's works were analyzed according to the type of 'disabled people lead - social model arts', which can be said to be the most rigorous concept of disability arts. Through this, it was confirmed that the social power of science regarded impairment as abnormal and created a suppressive device called the removal of impairment. In addition, it was confirmed that society gave a symbol of inferiority and incompetence to wheelchairs equipped with wheel technology compared to the positive interaction between technology and humans, and thus treated disabled people as shadow humans. Through this analysis, it was confirmed that the value of disability arts as a form of disabled art can be stably recognized from the point of view of a social model. Therefore, in order for disability arts to be recognized as a specific style and to have a social status, it was suggested that support should be provided so that it could follow the social model in the content aspect and become art controlled by the disabled in the subjective aspect.