Warwick students in Venice have recently had the opportunity to discuss the Venice Biennale installation Janus Code with with its creator Michele Ciacciofera in an exclusive interview. The Venice Biennale is a key element of the Exhibiting the Contemporary module which examines the importance of exhibition for the interpretation of contemporary art, with seminars taking place on-site with the works of art.
The Department of History of Art has achieved a top result in the Guardian University Guide 2015, with 96.5 % of students expressing satisfaction with teaching. The score in this category is based on the National Student Survey, and gives the percentage of final-year students satisfied with the teaching they received.
Over the summer, three second year students will work at the British Pavilion and conduct independent research.