Ground Floor Project is a new contemporary gallery space in The Complex, Dublin City Centre.


The space is one of its kind in Dublin. It was originally the ground floor of Keelings Fruit Factory up until March 2015. The space still holds a factory aesthetic which by design allows artists to experiment when curating a show. The acoustics in the space provide an ideal setting for sound, performance and video installation.


We aspire to host innovative and unique exhibitions with a strong curatorial approach. The project space is available from 25th of September onwards. Proposals are accepted for a wide variety of art practices with low rates to help boost visual arts culture in Dublin. The gallery will function as a space to nurture and develop contemporary arts. Ground Floor Project is currently seeking interest from creative and professionally minded groups and individuals, based regionally and nationally. The aim of the gallery is to act as a catalyst in the development of emerging artists, while also providing a non traditional space for established artists to promote new works.


Prices range from €250 – €600 p/w. For all inquiries contact Mark O’Gorman at or Paul McGrane at Phone 01-5446922





STREAM at Ground Floor Project