This book is a new exploration of the border zones between art and anthropology practices in recent decades. It is concerned with the movements in between these fields and with the possible locations of these practices. The book argues that primary divisions between the fields, from either of the two disciplines, often mask an ensemble of heterogeneous discourses that in fact have much common ground. The kinds of insistence on colour that are a feature of Ole’s work are a rejoinder to anthropology to pay attention to colour and affect in its approaches towards images and the field of the visual – an area that it has in some respects found problematic for a long time. One particular range of practice and theory that cuts across both art and anthropology concerns a recent emphasis on the senses within anthropology. The direct implementation of such a project, precisely because of its panoptic pretension, remains highly problematic.