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BSL Tour of Acts of Resistance with Rubbena Aurangzeb-Tariq
Sun 2 Jun 2024, 1-2pm

A person stands in a bright art gallery looking at art on a wall.

Installation Acts of Resistance: Photography, Feminisms and the Art of Protest, 2024. South London Gallery. Photo: Jo Underhill

Free, booking required

Join us for a British Sign Language tour of our current exhibition, Acts of Resistance: Photography, Feminisms and the Art of Protest led by artist Rubbena Aurangzeb-Tariq.

The tour is free but booking is essential. 

Please meet in the Main Gallery at 65–67 Peckham Road.


Rubbena is a London-based artist and facilitator whose work concerns culture, deaf identity and, as a deaf woman of Pakistani heritage, the multi-faceted nature of being a ‘minority within a minority’. 

Through painting and installations, she creates visual representations of language and emotional expression through her use of colour and form. Rubbena has exhibited widely nationally and internationally and has featured several times on national TV. 


  • Large print guides are available
  • Gallery 1 in the Fire Station has low lighting
  • Films are subtitled or have transcripts available
  • Please do not touch any artwork
  • Seating, ear defenders, ear plugs, magnifying glasses and torches are available upon request
  • Please contact with any questions or additional access requirements.
  • Content guidance: Artwork in this exhibition includes strong language, nudity and sexual images, references to drug use, self harm, sexual violence, femicide, female genital mutilation, abortion, gender and sexuality-based discrimination, incarceration, genocide and racism
  • See our access page for more information