For the first time, inSite operates from a fixed location within the framework of the dynamics of a specific neighborhood, Santa Maria la Ribera. For inSite/Casa Gallina a house has been reconfigured to function as an incubator of cultural production and as a generator of public domain within the neighborhood. The space in this former family home—located between the Espíritu Santo Parish at Sabino Street and La Dalia Market—is a cultural laboratory where changes and situations in the heart of an unstable community (both in terms of territory and knowledge) are generated, in order to foster a transformation in paradigms. The house not only serves as a residence for guest artists and agents, but also as a site to activate processes of community participation, which include an urban garden, an open kitchen, space for artists and their collaborators to meet, space for technical workshops, and space for the accumulation and sharing of knowledge gained through the process of developing projects.. It is a platform that encourages synergistic projects and the development of initiatives in a group dynamic.