Sealegs is a dance film that explores personal identity within a state of negotiation. Two performers, seemingly trapped
Sealegsin a reactionary loop, grapple with finding balance in an ever-changing relational landscape. In this piece, the idea of finding one's "sea legs," the feeling of being destabilized by constant exposure to unsteady around, is a representation of the shifting rules present within the family structure of addiction.
Missouri State University Graduate College