Departing from notions that understand synesthesia as striving for a sensual universality and thus as bearing a totalizing tendency, our interest in synesthesia does not aim at restricting and totalizing the sensual experience, the perceptability of law, but rather in synesthesia’s potential to form, mix, multiply, translate, transfer and invent. It is precisely the simultaneous, multi-sensual appearance of law in its materiality that creates the synesthesia of law.