Adam van Sertima is a Phd Candidate in Concordia University’s INDI program. He uses playful, aesthetic installations and performance to
explore the phenomenology of proprioception as a means to investigate theories of mind. He is interested in the metaphysics of embodied, enacted, embedded and extended cognition. Adam also looks at logics of how aesthetic methods can be used in disciplines not usually thought of as primarily aesthetic. He is a member of the 18 Wheel Ethnography group, and has recently presented a paper on their object centered story-telling methods. He is also co-directing a short film presenting that method. Leveraging his previous career as a framing carpenter, and an interest in craft, he facilitates the Meta-building group at the Ethnolab.”

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