Andee Scott is an interdisciplinary dance artist based in St. Petersburg, FL. As a choreographer, her work often investigates the intersections between light, projection design and the body in motion. Her work has been performed nationally and internationally, most recently in the Harvest Chicago Contemporary Dance Festival and Barnstorm Dance Fest, as well as Beijing, China, and Guadalajara, Mexico, as part of Proyecto al Margen, funded by FONCA (El Fondo Nacional para Cultura y las Artes, Mexico). She curated and performed Woman’s Work: Reconstructions of Self, a solo dance project, working with five international choreographers and toured works from the award-winning project in the U.S. and Mexico, and in Italy, as a member of Deja Donne. She has been a member of Sharir+Bustamante Danceworks and Blue Lapis Light in Austin, TX; has performed with David Dorfman Dance and AlienNationCo., under the direction of Johannes Birringer; and toured solo works in the US, Italy, and Mexico. She was a resident artist at the Djerassi Resident Artist Program (2011) and was Creative Loafing’s Critic’s Pick for Best Dance Scene Mover and Shaker (2015). Andee has conducted residencies and taught master classes around the world and is on faculty at the University of South Florida.
In 2014, she created Dance Linkages to build a contemporary network of artists connecting across geographies and disciplines to develop, perform, and tour new work. Projects include Sola, a curated evening of solo works by a national company of female dance artists; Between Here and Now, an international collaboration with Proyecto al Margen; and Our Town, a walking tour of dances performed in historic sites in downtown St. Petersburg.