Kickstarter: INCITE Journal Of Experimental Media #3
INCITE is the best publication about experimental media in the world and, for issue #3, publisher Brett Kashmere is promising to pull out all the stops. This latest edition will contain over 160 pages of articles and art, including 20 full color images, all of which has been created and contributed by over 25 leading media artists, filmmakers, writers, curators and scholars in North America.
To bring all this awesomeness to fruition, INCITE is raising funds via Kickstarter to cover publication costs. Each issue of INCITE is simply more incredible than the last, so this is a really exciting opportunity to help create what promises to be a significant piece of experimental media history.
The INCITE Kickstarter campaign is offering tons of great incentives, too, including a poster by Michael Betancourt, DVDs of experimental video and a silkscreened portrait of late filmmaker George Kuchar by artist Leslie Supnet. So, in addition to INCITE #3, you can also load up on other great pieces of art and journalism.
The focus of INCITE #3 is “addressing the generational shifts and divides in today’s experimental film, video, and new media spheres, utilizing the 2010 International Experimental Media Congress as an opportunity for reflection.”
Plus, the issue will contain Walter Forsberg‘s wide-ranging essay about the computer animation pioneer Lillian Schwartz (which comes with a 3-D twist), Thomas Beard’s astute analysis of Shana Moulton‘s Whispering Pines video serial, a Jacob Ciocci and Jesse McLean “G-Chat,” Jaimz Asmundson on his new film, The Magus, and Brian L. Frye‘s citation study of The New York Times, which measures the relative importance of avant-garde filmmakers.
To help bring this monumental publication to life, please visit the INCITE Kickstarter page!