Danish translation of 
Giorgio Agamben’s 
book Remnants of Auschwitz: The Witness and the Archive

Remnants of Auschwitz: The Witness and the Archive

with presentations by Hito Steyerl and Carsten Juhl

and with a possibility to purchase the book for a special price of only 100 DKK (normal price 150 DKK)

November 30th from 2pm to 4pm

At Hirschsprung – The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts – Peder Skramsgade 2, Door A, 3rd floor

2pm – 2.15pm

Welcoming remarks and a short introduction of the book by Carsten Juhl, translator of the book

2.15pm – 3pm

The Body of the Image, presentation by artist Hito Steyerl – on 3D scans as incomplete tools of testimony

3pm – 3.45pm

The Phantoms of Testimony, presentation by Carsten Juhl

3.45pm – 4pm

Possibility of posing questions

Remnants of Auschwitz: The Witness and the Archive, is the third installment of the Homo Sacer series that today includes seven volumes. The subtitle: The Witness and the Archive, states the direction of the analysis in the book.
 The book does not deal with genocide of the Jews and Roma, but questions the importance of these exterminations for the human condition in general. The research in the book is done around the categories: the witness and the archive.

The translation of the book is supported by Danish Arts Council

For more information about the event and the book, please send an email to tijana.miskovic@kunstakademiet.dk