Some artists cringe at the thought of their work being bought or reproduced to serve the function of decoration, as if decoration holds nothing more than material and commercial value. But interior design and decor can and often does play a huge role in a person's well-being, identity, and relationship to the world, especially when it comes to domestic surroundings. So here, with the context of her entire installation, Barber suggests that the Picasso poster serves the same function as the adjacent houseplant—but maybe a houseplant is not so trivial. A houseplant represents the human need to engage with nature selectively—we remove ourselves from the outside, but take a piece of it with us. Are we then in an artificial nature, or merely a controlled one?