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

His work stems from a basic interest in the border between art and 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. His practice is conceptually-driven and is often born out of extensive academic and on-site/situation-specific research.

Current research-practice interests include improvisation and its role as a social process in formation and actuation of everyday life, as understood through performance art praxis.