People Like Us & Carl Stone double bill at Cafe Oto

People Like Us and Carl Stone will be on the same bill at London’s Cafe Oto on Wednesday 11 July 2018, Doors Open 7.30PM
Q&A 8pm, People Like Us 8.30pm, Carl Stone 9.30pm

People Like Us will be supporting Carl Stone (so be there by 8!) performing our new a/v work The Mirror. The evening will begin with a Q&A between Vicki and Carl.

The concerts are being recorded for BBC Radio 3’s “Hear and Now”.

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Article about our influence across genres

Tom Comitta recently published the book Airport Novella, which he states was influenced by the People Like Us a/v piece “DrivingFlyingRisingFalling.” We can see the influence and know that our collation approach is very similar to a lot of writers, which in turn inspires us in the direction of wanting to work more with text as a primary output.

https://logger.believermag.com/post/comitta-burrows

Activating the Archive: Contemporary Uses of Visual Archives

Activating the Archive: Contemporary Uses of Visual Archives
Saturday 5 May 2018
11am – 6pm (Doors open at 10.30 am) / £20 – £25
We will be speaking at approximately 3pm

Tickets here

Processing The Product – a talk by Vicki Bennett (People Like Us) reflecting upon 25+ years of creating audiovisual media, sharing information and insights on creating large scale works using preexisting material. Continue reading

People Like Us play new work on Resonance FM

People Like Us take over the airwaves for an hour from 3.30pm-4.30pm (UK time) on Resonance FM on Saturday 28 April 2018 on the Splice Festival Festival Radio Show. This coincides with our forthcoming performance at Splice Festival (12 May 2018).

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The Mirror at Cafe Oto, London

FRIDAY 20 APRIL 2018, 7.30PM at CAFE OTO, LONDON
POREST + PEOPLE LIKE US + KINK GONG
£15 £13 (WEGOTTICKETS)


On 20 April 2018, People Like Us will be presenting the London premiere of The Mirror as part of a two-day Discrepant label residency at London’s Cafe Oto.  Also on the bill, our old friends Porest, and also Kink Gong. The excellent Discrepant record label celebrates its seventh anniversary with a diverse and vital cross section of artists from the roster. www.discrepant.net