The invitation card for Julian Turner’s first solo exhibition in Vienna reproduces typical tiles of the German Democratic Republic. Its not-quite-monochrome green reminds us of the not-quite-white of popcorn wallpaper. Like popcorn wallpaper, it is decoration so commonplace, it might get away with not being decoration at all. The clean flatness of modernist aesthetics is eased to fit the simple working class home. The tiles go well with the fake stone grain painted as background for Turner’s collaged canvasses, and with other cheap but efficient ways to cover bleak surfaces.