The glass sculpture Radical! Radical!, consisting of two colored discs, is a response to one of Vincent van Gogh’s letters of end of October 1887 wherein the artist used the metaphor of the seed as the germination of life. Pilgrim realized the work on the occasion of the exhibition ‘When I give, I give myself’, which was on view at the Van Gogh Museum till January 2016. The purple disc with the words ‘SMASH THAT GLASS CEILING’ is a common statement in human rights movements and is a reminder of a constantly changing society. The yellow disc shows two hands protecting a germinating seed and is a reference to the Latin word ‘radix’ which means root. The work is an exploration of the two meanings of the word radical, a word Pilgrim finds problematic but suits the persona of Van Gogh.