To develop an account of change and intersubjectivity, to understand how law is made, where, and by whom, we propose, one has to go back to the more foundational question of what law is — and “what law is” is a synesthetic process of perpetual, rhizomatic transformation. In other words, to reanimate and revitalize the critique of law is to reanimate its continuous process of ‘making,’ to sensibilize and sensitize its subject.