District is a space for artistic and social experiments at the intersection of visual arts and other forms of knowledge production. With a focus on contextualizing artistic practice in urban space, District develops a collaborative and a multi-faceted program. Exploring different kinds of neighborhood and ways of dissolving boundaries, as well as emancipatory moments of amicability, District creates occasions for opening up the present towards diverse perspectives and types of knowledge by means of art. Grounded in feminist, queer and decolonial approaches, District explores the curatorial as a performative as much as an analytic practice and probes new kinds of community.