Liam Gillick is an artist living and working in London and New York, and a lecturer at Columbia University, New York, as well as a writer and theorist. Gillick’s sculptures, installations, public projects, film scores, theoretical writing, design objects, and videos often center on social, economic, and political systems, and society's relationships and reactions to such structures. He has exhibited extensively worldwide, is closely associated with the relational aesthetics models of community, and was the artist presented at the German Pavilion during the 2009 Venice Biennale curated by Nicolaus Schafhausen. The selection of Gillick for the German Pavillion was carefully considered. Of his choice, Schafhausen wrote, “For me, as the curator it is important that Gillick understand art as a medium through which to observe contemporary life in its transformations and aporiae...” Gillick’s Tuesday Evenings presentation offers insight into his ideas and his diverse body of work that has contributed greatly to the discourse of the larger art world while encouraging intimate conversation and application among individual viewers, readers, and participants.