Carsten Juhl is a Danish historian born in Copenhagen in 1946. Retired director of the theory department at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (1996-2016). Publications from the last four years are about the structure in Agamben’s Homo Sacer work, the legacy of May 68 and the artistic beginnings of Japanese modernity. He is also a translator and has translated texts of Agamben, Baudrillard, Boccioni, Bordiga, Carchia, Kant, Lyotard, Marinetti, Montale, Perniola, Serres and Paolo Campione.