Club Meetings will be our testing ground for a range of event and experience formats—from academies and talks to exhibitions and pop-ups.
This is about gathering communities, sharing ideas and shamelessly celebrating our collective creativity. And we’ve got a lot to celebrate.
November 10th 2018 was the unruly beginning of Social Service Club
A ripe day of art, music, talks, screenings, poetry and debates all aimed at trying to regain a sense of control and agency in our wild, changing world.
TABLEAU is a new design studio welcoming us into a contrasting world of industrial materials and the softness of flowers. The objects and vases are designed to underline the universe of flowers and plants – and stage them in a new setting.
We’ve always operated in communities, and as we’ve evolved our communities have grown, uploaded and been completely transformed. Technology has played an integral part in this — it shapes the way we interact with one another. But what social behaviours have we unconsciously bred that are actually creating distance between us?
Dr. David Erritzøe
Mental health issues are on the rise. Even as we accumulate knowledge, extend assistance and de-stigmatise the issues, more and more people are struggling to find help. We need some novel strategies, and researchers at Imperial College London may have rediscovered them.
At Social Service Club #01, Morph will present three one hour-long workshops in collaboration with three of Copenhagen’s most influential creative communities: Other Story, Papercut Issues and Super16/Amfi.
During each session, participants will be given a glimpse into the communities’ creative development processes, connected to current projects in-the-making. The sessions are designed as immersive experiences with a performative angle.
Yilmaz Sen is a motion and graphic designer whose morphing bodies and distorted streetscapes leave a surreal yet familiar sensation. His recent publication, How to Feel Much Better, is an illustrative expression of a personal depressive period, touching on subjects of depression, confusion, failure and disappointment.
In this open discussion we’ll first look at the landscape and conditions of our urbanised societies, then introduce shared living as a possible solution. Could shared living address some of the issues of our rapidly growing cities, and help us to gather in healthier and happier communities?
Emilie Alstrup uses seductive materials to construct parallel universes aimed at stimulating a world desensitised by technology. Her work is an exploration of virtual and social fixations that manifest themselves in physical form, like the evolution of synthetic substitutes to gratify our ‘Skin hunger’.