Site-specific art refers to art that is created for a specific location and that is intended to interact with the unique features of that location. These works are often tailored to the specific characteristics of the site where they are installed, and they may incorporate elements of the surrounding environment or architecture into the artwork itself. The goal of site-specific art is to create a unique and engaging experience for the viewer, one that is intimately tied to the specific location where the artwork is installed. This type of art is often associated with installation art, but it can also take other forms, such as performances or interventions in public spaces.