In French, "interlope" means something suspicious or something that arouses suspicion. It is the term that a neighbour of the editorial staff used to label those who visited him, and whose extravagance and freedom he did not like. It is also the editorial line of this new magazine- focused on the margins of creation.
Musicians preferring the shadow to the mud, writers without avowed alibis, photographers without lenses and hobbled by strobes, INTERLOPE wants to be the meeting point between subversive depths and new visions. As the editorial of this first issue states, INTERLOPE imagines itself in perpetual mutation, and declares that it is interested in everything except trustworthy, verified, irreproachable morals.