Garling Wu is currently finishing a Bachelor of Music at the University of Auckland with further plans to complete a Honours year specialising in Sonic Arts.
Recent collaborations have involved writing the sound track for german born dancer/choreographer, Johanna Claus, in her site responsive dance work, Te Hononga, creating an interactive work for New Zealand artist/curator Deborah Lawler-Dormer in the exhibition Alter: Between Human and Non-Human and composing sound for both film and games.
Garling is interested in further pursuing collaborative work based in the Sonic Arts domain - in particular she wants to explore the potential of live sonic art works by collaborating closely with performers and electronics.
In 2016 Garling won 2nd place for her Vocal and Electronic work titled, Lips, tongue, breath.
(Updated November 2016)