Is the body the primary locus of our knowledge of the world? Does it enable us to know ourselves as being-with-others? In the social sciences these ideas have only gained traction in recent decades, but in artistic practice they have long been fundamental. For artists it is obvious that much of our practice is spent developing our knowledge of how to do something. This not only goes for musicians, dancers, and other performers, but equally for visual artists in their disciplinary variety and hybridity.