A choreographic system which does not harness the entire choreographic capacity of the dancers involved, is working at 5% of its overall creative potential. The processing power of a system is directly linked to its ability to combine that of all its participants. 

In most cases, the current state of affairs is that dancers are educated and tamed not to tap into their choreographic potentials, as they are mostly expected to follow input given by the choreographer (which basically means the work will necessarily be about her/him, which is the single most boring creative strategy I find). This being the norm, has so many negative implications on the current choreographic landscape, and only a dramatic shift in the existing education methods of young dancers, alongside a redefinition of what is a choreographer's role, might allow for a much needed change. 

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