Walking Through Time
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly is a group of three corten steel dinosaurs, each measuring more than eight metres in length and towering up to seven metres high. They resemble two huge children’s model-making kits and appear clumsy and lovable.
From October 2019, two of the three dinosaurs (The Good and The Bad) are on loan to the University of Warwick for one year only and form the focus of a new art and history trail leading across the campus. In addition to The Good and The Bad, the trail incorporates a number of new and existing sculptures from the University of Warwick Art Collection and provides some fascinating and at times gruesome facts, about the history of the site.
Jake and Dinos Chapman are among the best known artists working today. They use material from a wide range of culture to challenge our ideas about past and present society and values.
We’d love to see your adventures across campus – so don’t forget to tag your Instagram photos and tweets with #followthathare and mention @warwickartscentre.
- How much does it cost to take part?
It’s free to take part.
- When is the Walking Through Time Trail open?
It’s open all year. There’s no need to book.
- How long will it take to complete the trail?
It can take between 2 and 4 hours to walk the entire trail, depending on your walking speed and how often you stop! You don’t have to complete all of the trail in one go, you could choose the sculptures you want to see and create your own shorter route. You could also bring your bicycle and cycle around campus!
- I’m not a student, am I allowed to walk around campus?
Absolutely! Campus is open to members of the public
- How accessible is the trail?
Some of the sculptures on the trail are located in areas which may not be accessible by wheelchairs. Please contact email@example.com to discuss your access needs and we can work with you to ensure you have a positive and enjoyable experience.