Diakron is a platform and studio for transdisciplinary research and practice. We are located in Amager, Copenhagen. We establish collaborations across disciplinary backgrounds and institutional frameworks. Our own backgrounds are composed of experiences from artistic practices, curatorial practices, social sciences and graphic design.

Diakron is based on explorative research as a core value. This means, that we adapt what our practices do and what the organization is, according to the research projects we undertake.

We are currently interested in creative and explorative ways of identifying and dealing with changes, that invisibly permeate or unavoidably overwhelm ways of life. This work is tied to concerned interests in various pervasive ecological, humanitarian, existential, digital, or economic shifts. We approach these issues through experimentation with our own ways of working and the relationships we maintain through our practices.

Our modes of engagement, processes of making and research methodologies grow out of our projects and collaborations. We combine our transdisciplinary outset with an open-ended and relational approach to methodological experimentation. Outputs and expressions are not predetermined, but are developed in a responsive manner according to each research process.


Amitai Romm
Artist. MFA, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Visual Art. Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Vienna

Asger Behncke Jacobsen
Graphic designer. BFA, Gerrit Rietveld Academie

Aslak Aamot Kjærulff
Researcher. Ph.D. at the doctorate school Space, Place and Technology at Roskilde University

Bjarke Hvass Kure
Artist. MFA, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Visual Art

David Hilmer Rex
Artist. MFA, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Visual Art

Morgan Sutherland
Consultant. BFA, Concordia University, Department of Design and Computation Arts

Thomas Ulrik Madsen
Consultant. MA, Critical Writing and Curatorial Practice, University of The Arts, London


Danish Building Research Institute
Aalborg University Copenhagen
Danish Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural Affairs
Trampoline House


The Danish Arts Foundation (Issues)

Studio Studio

Diakron Space

Our office functions as a co-working space, gathering a community of practitioners. We have a 60sqm open space, with a view towards the center of Copenhagen. We have a small library, a lounge area, two flexible tables that can be rearranged as suited and a big table with two glass vitrines. There is a meeting room, eating area, a small kitchen and entrance to the roof of the building. The space is suitable for hosting small-scale events of up to 20 people.


Diakron: Aslak Aamot Kjærulff, David Hilmer Rex, Amitai Romm, Asger Behncke Jacobsen, Bjarke Hvass Kure
Johanne Aarup Hansen
Jonas Olesen


Prøvestensbroen 3, 2nd floor
2300 Copenhagen S


David Hilmer Rex
+45 30271851

Office hours

Monday to Friday, 10am–4pm