Tasalla Tabasom, (born '00, in Iran/ lives and works in London,UK) studied at the University of the Arts, London. Tabasom's interdisciplinary practice explores themes of gender inequality, sexuality, and queer identity through the use of the body as a medium to engage with the human psyche. She works across a variety of media, including painting, performance and sculpture. She challenges the viewer’s perception of the human form by manipulating, distorting, and masking it, aiming to create a psychologically charged space for the viewer to inhabit. Her work has been exhibited in various group exhibitions in London and Tehran.