One of the main reasons individual identity was chosen as a focus of our Tallinn Lab was because of the several compartments of knowledge which contribute to our total understanding of ourselves. Accessing these various compartments can be difficult and Autoethnographic methods can improve our abilities to see how participation in various disciplines contribute to self-understanding. Rarely in today’s world are artists just composers or performers, and often lessons learned in one field may not completely connect with knowledge from another. In this sense, individual identity can be viewed as a pre-existing interdisciplinary subject where an individual already possesses information from several bodies of knowledge but has yet to form clear connections between them. Reflecting on the Self as an interdisciplinary subject helps to mend this connection, and in doing so benefits the artist and prepares them for future interdisciplinary work.