Scott/Powell Performance is rooted in a dedicated 20-year collaboration between choreographer Mary Sheldon Scott and composer Jarrad Powell. Created in 1994, Scott/Powell Performance has a history of strong artistic vision, and has gained recognition as an important creative force in the Pacific Northwest. Their performance research has resulted in a series of "mysterious and beautiful works filled with oblique references to the natural world." (The Seattle Weekly). Scott’s choreography uses the rigor of a technical and charged movement vocabulary to expose a physical voice that is elemental and visceral. Powell’s sound scores, lyrical and haunting, create powerful and evocative sonic landscapes that challenge and shape the performance space. Robert Campbell, installation artist, digital print maker, filmmaker and video artist, is a frequent collaborator with Scott and Powell.