In May 2013 art works from nag Gallery were installed in a private residence in Wicklow for an event that featured a talk given by Mark St.John Ellis.  This extraordinary building of 1837 had a typical Gothic panelled interior which was bravely painted white and cream.  The house was featured on the front cover with a full article in the 2009 edition of Image Interiors. 
The installation of the art was a powerful and successful demonstration of a nag Gallery philosophy of combining works that would normally be viewed in the white cube gallery space, such as video and film projection, set in a domestic environment of a period dwelling. Contemporary minimalist work sat comfortably in a modernised early nineteenth century setting.