• Video-maker Alice Underwood captured the essence of this unique, creative residency. Watch the video to find out more about the artists’ research methods and to appreciate the benefit of having the space and time to exchange skills and movement ideas.

Kundle Cru at 101 Outdoor Arts

101 Outdoor Arts, Corn Exchange Newbury’s dedicated creation space for outdoor arts, hosted a fantastic 11 day residency for Kundle Cru. The artists were allowed to experiment and test new ideas for their indoor piece Blame Game and to explore the possibility of an outdoor version Blame Game Unlimited.

The group (formerly Human Collective and Rough Connections) spent the time exchanging skills and teaching each other their own tricks. Alongside the artists we also invited a select group of collaborators including a number of Roundhouse Young Creatives, members of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, a movement director (Aline David), a composer (Greg Szczerek), a dance educator and DOCH PhD (Marian Lindgren) and a circus performer and aerial rigger (Barnz Munn). 

Crying Out Loud is committed to providing artists with opportunities to develop their artistic practice, make connections and initiate collaborations. Residencies are bespoke and developed in conjunction with each artist. Residencies for Associate Artists Pirates of the Carabina, Iona Kewney, Maresa von Stockert and Jeanne Mordoj have taken place at Lighthouse Poole, Farnham Maltings, La brèche and Kings College Institute.