'MORE RADICAL THAN MANY OF ITS PEERS'

Vice’s culture platform Creators considers Grand Arts’ legacy, in advance of Problems and Provocations' September publication. "Grand Arts served as a platform for discovery as well as production,” writes Kat Herriman. "More radical than many of its peers, the progressive institution opened their umbrella, welcoming initiatives pertaining to science, technology and social justice underneath.” 

 
Filip Noterdaeme, Florence Coyote, 2006. Photo: Russell Gera

Filip Noterdaeme, Florence Coyote, 2006. Photo: Russell Gera