Andee Scott is an interdisciplinary dance artist, based in St. Petersburg, Florida. As a choreographer, Andee’s areas of interest include site-specific, multi-media, and aerial work. Her research is concerned with indicating a different relationship with space and light, where space is made tangible, and light is made visible. Her most recent major piece, Light, Interrupted, explored and exploited the relationship between light, technology, and dance. Initial work on the project was developed at the Djerassi Resident Artists Program in the fall of 2011. As a performer, she curated and performed Woman’s Work: Reconstructions of Self, a solo dance project, working with five international choreographers: Lenka Flory of Deja Donne, Jeanine Durning, Claudia Lavista of Delfos Danza, Lee Kyung-Eun of Lee K. Dance, and Elizabeth Gillaspy. She 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, and has performed with David Dorfman Dance and AlienNationCo., under the direction of Johannes Birringer. Andee has conducted residencies and taught master classes around the world and is currently on faculty at the University of South Florida in Tampa, FL.