Jaspar Joseph-Lester is an artist based in London whose work explores the role images play in urban planning, social space, and everyday praxis, latterly focusing on conflicting ideological frameworks embodied in urban regeneration projects. In 2010 he was invited to curate the Dallas Pavilion, launched at the 2013 Venice Biennale. Recent exhibitions and publications include: ‘Modern Interiors’ Five Years (2013), ‘A Guide to the Casino Architecture of Wedding’ for COLLAPSE: Philosophical Research and Development (2013), ‘Revisiting the Bonaventure Hotel’, Copy Press (20013) and ‘Transmission Annual’, Artwords. He has exhibited widely in the UK and abroad with exhibitions at Asprey Jacques Gallery and The British School at Rome. He is currently collaborating with Susanne Prinz and Julie Westerman on TEGEL: Speculations and Propositions, an international video project that explores the architecture of Tegel Airport through a series of cinematic narratives (Greenbox, Berlin, 2013). He is Research Tutor in Sculpture at the Royal College of Art.