Site-specificity is an essential part of Francisco Ugarte's work that involves most of his processes and interests. Ugarte highlights the elements offered by the context itself in order to intensify our perception, activate landscapes, and emphasize a natural or architectural phenomenon. The artist engages in dialogue with different materials and devices in order to find the synthesis of both, the visual and experiential aspects of the site. His work emphasizes notions of temporality and the physical presence of the spectator in a given context. Through his use of architecture as a methodology, Ugarte’s work becomes a study of the given site, as well as a response to it.