Current research-practice interests:

'improvisation and its role as a social process in formation and actuation of everyday life, as understood through performance art praxis.'


Jasper Llewellyn is an artist, researcher and facilitator, working primarily in Performance Art and time-based media.


His work stems from a fundamental interest in the social construction of everyday life, alongside other recurring themes of speed, invisibility and ‘ways of looking’. Often, situation-specific interventionist strategies are constructed, and implemented, in the everyday realm in order manipulate the fabric of social reality, often existing on the edge of perceptibility. Performances are generally born out of extensive academic and on-site/situation-specific research.