Over the last 15 years, the Shenzhen Biennale has developed as a platform for engaged urban transformation. This year’s decision to host the exhibition inside the Futian railway station will allow it to reach a much wider audience than normal. It also permits exploring first-hand one of the public spaces that are being actively transformed by the “Eye of the City” condition. Through the specificity of the site and its relationship with the rest of the city, we would like to foster a collective conversation on what Shenzhen could be tomorrow. In this section, we look at the UABB (Shenzhen)’s objective to “curate the city”, acting as a real-scale testing ground for creative practices.