sx art is the Small Axe Project platform devoted to visual practice and its place in Caribbean cultural, social, and political life. Since its inception, our print journal Small Axe, has been concerned to explore ways in which visual practice, and more generally Caribbean visual culture, has been at the center of the experimental cultural, political, and aesthetic imagination of the region and the diaspora. The journal has consistently featured the work of artists on its covers, developing a distinctive style and sensibility and focus. During this period, also, reflecting our recognition of the increasing importance of visual arts to the self-consciousness of Caribbean critical practices, Small Axe has published visual art portfolios that engage in greater depth the work of contemporary and emerging artists. sx art aims to expand this work, presenting visual culture across a range of genres and forms: from photography to the moving image, from performance to architecture, from soundscapes to painting and sculpture. We aim to create a significant body of visual material with a scope and breadth that contributes and compliments what has gone before. In our view, it is through further discussion and questioning of visual material created by and about the Caribbean, that more progressive insights and meanings may be gained. sx art will unveil a new visual arts-focused feature every January, May and September.