Born in 1969 in Iowa City, Iowa, Anna B Scott performs afrofuturist conjurations with dance, digital devices and text, on stage, in blogs, books and through strategic marketing plans. In addition to her training in traditional, collaborative performance from the African Diaspora, Scott holds a Ph.D. in Performance Studies from Northwestern University and is always looking to join the Arkestra. She has been fortunate to collaborate with Thomas DeFrantz, Pat Payne, Ulysses Jenkins, Sheron Wray, Meg Wolfe, Najité, Brian Getnik, and Ritsu Katsumata on an array of performance work. Her work is archived at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and the J. Paul Getty Museum. She has presented her solo work in traditional and non-traditional spaces around the country including the REDCAT, MIT, Express Yourself Festival in Chicago's Grant Park, Bayview Opera House in San Francisco, and streets around Los Angeles. As a dancer, she has performed for Alassane Kane, Augusto Omolu, Isuara Oliveira, Malonga Casquelorde. She is the artistic director of VISCERA Performance Instigation Troupe. They perform 'high tech' street theater installations, having launched the inaugural performance in the Los Angeles World Airports' and Public Art division of the Department of Cultural Affairs' Ephemeral Art Program with ‘Bout To Get On. She currently collaborates with bigSTORY, an improv troupe for business development and branding, as their movement specialist.