Sunday, 7 February 2010


COP15 is over
But the legacy of Question Time lives on.

We continue to consider smallness, the ground and performance in working towards an alternative statement on (climate) change.

Question Time is included in the line-up for Café Carbon, an event at Café Oto on Friday 19th March which starts at 8pm. Join us as artists, musicians and activists share an evening of stories about the Copenhagen Climate Change Summit.
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Part sound art, part document of our COP15 encounters – these CSPA commissioned podcasts are unique windows into the Question Time archive. To listen click here:

Excerpts from a carefully chosen random selection of Question Time interviews also appear in the CSPA Quarterly available soon from and

A reading salon for fiction that has arisen out of COP 15, Copenhagen and Question Time. Details to be confirmed. Please get in touch for more information.
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Question Time is a collaboration between David Berridge, Rachel Lois Clapham, Alex Eisenberg and MaryPaterson as Open Dialogues Question Time was originally programmed as part of New Life Copenhagen as part of the official United Nations COP15 artistic programme.

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