CONTOUR 7 culminates at the carefully restored chapel and classic inner courtyard of de Noker. The fourteenth-century House of God of the Holy Trinity was known for the hospitality it extended to the sick and marginalized. The Alexian Brothers took over the building at the beginning of the seventeenth century and at the beginning of the eighteenth century built the chapel and ambulatory as we know them today. The scale and variation of the stuccowork on the late-baroque ceiling makes it unique in the Low Countries. At the beginning of the twentieth century the Franciscan nuns moved into the building. They did community work, providing children with an education and adults with training. As the headquarters of the non-profit welfare organization Emmaüs, the site is still associated with care today. During the Biennial the inner courtyard and chapel where the sick, plague-stricken and mentally ill once came to pray provides the setting for a high mass of contemporary video art.