What makes an artwork site-specific?
Site-specific artworks are designed to fit the physical confines of a particular space and respond to the various activities circulating around that space. To isolate a site-specific work from its environment is to destroy it. In public sites, site-specificity often means the community of people who interact with the artwork on a daily basis. These artworks transforms physical space, provoke public dialogue, and help forge thriving communities. Visit our commissioning page to find more detailed information about initiating a site-specific art project near you!