Scot J. Wittman
September 6-October 4
The MAAS Building
Scot J. Wittman brings his award-winning dance photography to life in this arthouse motion picture. Romance, loss, harmony and independence are woven together in this film. Shot mostly on location in Philadelphia, the work showcases local talent and gives a glimpse into surrounding areas. The Philadelphia native is proud to premier the work at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival.
Available for Streaming – Entire Festival
Director: Scot J. Wittman, Dancer: Kimberly D. Landle (KCBC), Dancer: Amanda Boyer (KCBC), Dancer: Aleesha Polite (KCBC), Dancer: Arianna Polite (KCBC), Dancer: Taylor Brown (KCBC)
This show is presented as part of Cannonball Festival, an independant satellite festival produced by Almanac Dance Circus Theatre and the Maas Building featuring over 150 events including performances of 27 original shows, nightly cabarets, and more. Learn more at cannonballfestival.org.
Appropriate for Audiences 18+
All Cannonball Festival events will require proof of vaccination and masks to attend. Audience members will be asked to show proof of vaccination before entering the performance venue. Accepted forms for proof of vaccination include a physical vaccine card with your name on it or a digital photo of your vaccine card on a cell phone. Please plan accordingly.
About the Artists
Scot J. Wittman is a Philadelphia-based artist with an international reach. The recipient of a National Endowment grant, he has exhibited in the Whitney Biennial, Art|Basel, and numerous galleries primarily in Europe. Wittman has presented at Yale University, Rutgers University and Swarthmore University. Residencies have allowed him to work with noted bionano engineers and collaborate with famous dancers; with equal parts celebration and suspicion Wittman shines light on shifting human capabilities and desires. Recent work further inspects our shrinking natural landscape under the industrial cover. More information can be found at Mapographer.com