One of George's installations on show in the MAS is reminiscent of a Maori meeting hall that reunites people with their ancestors. George throws down a challenge to museums in the West by turning Plexiglas showcases into sacred shrines. Figures and motives that reveal the power of the ancestors are intended to impress the visitor. The meeting hall on which his installation is based actually represents the body of an ancestor.
In the section of the museum devoted to the display of power, prestige and symbols, George's work is exhibited together with the MAS's collection of Polynesian artefacts that include war canoes and traditional Polynesian dress used to identify the wealth and godly powers of the bearer.