This chapter presents an approach to practice that is modelled on the use of a plastic hair-comb as a device to physically (and conceptually) articulate the relationships between sound-image-touch through structures of rhythm. Rhythm within this text is approached as an ‘other’ form of meaning-making within the visual arts, a structure through which artistic intervention is explored away from the connections formed through language expressed in terms of the written and spoken word. Mapping rhythm onto a plastic hair-comb allows for a parallel approach to aesthetics, one that considers at a stimulus level the relationship between how content is engaged with and how meaning is potentially altered across sensory modalities.