Tasalla Tabasom, (born '00, in Iran/ lives and works in London,UK) studied at the University of the Arts, London. Tabasom’s interdisciplinary practice is focused on materiality, power and intersectional disobedience. She works across a variety of mediums, including painting, performance and sculpture. 


Woman life freedom, Voices and art from the women's protests in Iran, Malu Halasa, Saqi Books, 2023

Exhibitions and Performances


"Queer Hedonism" Club silly, London, 30 September, 2023

“Re-writing us for the future” AMP gallery, London, 11-14 August 2023

“Archive” Art Hub Creekside, London, 9-12 March 2023

"Alter Altar" Southwark Park Galleries, London, 4-5 February 2023

"For My Sister For Your Sister For Our Sisters" Lot Projects, London, 

12 November 2022

"Jorat (Courage)" Espacio Gallery, London, 6 November 2023

"Yield" APT  Gallery, London, 23-25 February 2022

Drawing postal project, Student Union Gallery Camberwell, 2021


"Next festival 2024"  Siobhan Davies Studios, 25 March 2024 

"Palaces" Camden People's Theatre, 21 March 2024

"Something don't feel right" Ugly Duck, 10 February 2024 

"Suvashun"  Richmix, London,  15 September 2023

"Meet Me at the Pulse of Dawn" Ugly Duck, London, 27 April 2023

"Experiments in Defiance: Eavesdropping," Cafe Oto, London, 2 April 2023

"Woman Life Freedom" in solidarity with Iranian women, Avalon Cafe, London, 17 October 2022


BA: Drawing, Camberwell College of Arts, The University Of The Arts London, 2023

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