"In the 60s they said it was underground but it wasn't.
Now nobody says anything and it really is." – Stan Brakhage
Founded in 2008, INCITE is dedicated to the discourse, culture, and community of experimental film, video, and new media.
Merging print and online platforms, this hybrid journal addresses the lack of critical attention afforded film and media artists working today. In addition to scholarly articles, INCITE publishes aesthetic statements, manifestos, artist projects, multiples, archival documents, interviews, reviews, and hastily drawn plans.
Stationing ourselves at the cross-flow of research, scholarship, and creation, we encourage personal writing, critical poetics, and radical approaches to film and media.