The initial irony is not lost on us, when you hear MONOCHROME but see rooms full of colour. It’s clever irony though, because one definition of the word both noun and adjective suggests “the state or condition of being painted, decorated, etc., in shades of a single colour”. So the exhibition couldn’t have been titled better. Renowned for her black and white pieces, the Australian artist has this time decided to design a seven-roomed home of yes, seven colours. Her inspiration– unconventional art collectors who insist on designing the space around their art, as opposed to the other way around. In every room hangs hyperreal drawings of wrinkled Pantone labels by Hendry herself, as her way of giving physicality to colour. Whether you’re a designer, or just have mild OCD, the installation is a feast for the eyes.