Iranian artist Nairy Baghramian’s installation works are evocative collections of objects that come together to create diverse and colourful formations; referencing sculpture, design, and architecture. Sometimes domestic items such as furniture or pillows appear surrounded by more peculiar and less familiar structures. There is the sense that some objects are found and some are fabricated but it is difficult to distinguish the readymades from the bespoke items. Baghramian’s play with scale and colour thwarts and brings alive the most mundane of ‘everyday’ objects. Through January 25.