Jasmine Tsui is an interdisciplinary artist, specializing in percussion performance. They have received both the SSHRC Canada Graduate Scholarship and the Ontario Graduate Scholarship for their research on how interdisciplinary pedagogy has the potential to alter and enhance the learning and performance of percussion-theatre works. Through the TaPIR research lab, Jasmine will continue to build upon their foundation of interdisciplinary art practices with the integration of live-processed electronics. Their most recent project, Acrylic Noise, incorporated the use of a MUGIC motion sensor to process the physical movement of abstract painting to create an interactive soundscape. Moving forward, Jasmine hopes to create a work using the Arduino Uno, a MUGIC motion sensor, and several electric fans.