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MISHA GLOUBERMAN is a performer, facilitator, and artist who lives in Toronto.

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“I think that's what art is: art is communication made in the hope that interesting miscommunications will arise.”
Misha Glouberman

“The idea that love is something magical, almost supernatural, in your heart, that has nothing to do with the day-to-day encounters with a real person--- that understanding of love has probably created more unhappiness and ruined more marriages than just about anything.

Love is what happens between people living their lives together, becoming close through contact and actual partnership and it's what survives through difficulties and imperfections. An idealized, imagined, faraway person in your heart---that's not love. That's a daydream.”
Misha Glouberman, The Chairs Are Where the People Go: How to Live, Work, and Play in the City

“So when people say, Why aren’t your games more positive? I think it’s funny, because niceness doesn’t have to happen in a game. You should be nice in real life. You don’t have to play at niceness. You can just do it. Fighting is something to be minimized in real life. A good way to know that you’re playing is if you’re doing something you would never do in real life—like having a ridiculous fight.”
Misha Glouberman, The Chairs Are Where the People Go: How to Live, Work, and Play in the City

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