36 Questions that Lead to Loving TO: Harbourfront Edition was a pop-up experience that invited Torontonians to explore the commitment we have to the city and to each other, based on our exhibition of the same name.
36 Questions that Lead to Loving TO presented 36 questions; you were invited to answer all of them or only the ones that spoke to you, sharing small details and big thoughts. You could get deep, have fun, be brutally honest about what you loved or hated (and everything in between). This exhibit ignited the spark to fall in love with Toronto for the first time, or all over again.
Harbourfront Centre, South Bays
235 Queens Quay West
Toronto ON M5J 2G8
For more information about how to get to the Harbourfront Centre, check out their Visitor Information page.
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
The concept of 36 Questions originated from “The Experimental Generation of Interpersonal Closeness: A Procedure and Some Preliminary Findings,” a paper published in 1997 by psychologist Arthur Aron, and popularized by the New York Times as “The 36 Questions That Lead to Love.”
This project was conceived by Nadine Villasin Feldman and conceptualised by a team composed of Kathleen Lew, Nathan Heuvingh, Zambrine Saeed, Judy Koke and narrative environment designer Christine Elson.
Myseum is made possible with the generous support of Diane Blake and Stephen Smith.