Thighs: Willy Ndatira & Xavier Scott Marshall
The art director and image-maker collaborated on a series of photographs of black trans women, analysed by Ndatira, to implore viewers to rethink their relationships to white supremacist capitalistic patriarchal artworks, traditions and institutions.
Pleasure: Aaron Rose Philip
The model conveys the subjective nature of emotion, specifically pleasure, in a film by John Novotny.
Chest: Abdel El Tayeb & Ib Kamara
Fashion designer Abdel El Tayeb and stylist Ib Kamara collaborated on a fashion film, creative directed by Kamara, in response to the chest, exploring the ritual of movement associated with this body part.
Cheeks: Aweng Ade-Chuol
The model and activist delivers an intimate love letter to her cheeks to camera.
Vagina: Celine Pierron
The photographer, filmmaker and researcher responds to the vagina in a film which articulates their take on Black feminine power.
Biceps: Daniel Obasi
Daniel Obasi, an art director, photographer and stylist, challenges the masculine and 'tough' associations of the bicep, and the roots of a man's muscular structure in strength, pride, wellness and sex.
Spine: Ebinum Brothers
Brothers and artists Victory and Marvel Ebinum explore the feeling which underlies movement in the body, offering their interpretation of the spine.
Eyes: Edward Enninful
The eyes are an essential yet fragile human organ. As our visual windows into the world, fashion editor Edward Enninful chose to use the eyes to explore the potential for pain, anxiety and loss via film and poetry.
Toes: Frank Dorrey
Artist Frank Dorrey created a joyful toe-tapping animation responding to the body part using an iPhone.
Lips: Georgia Palmer
Model Georgia Palmer interprets the lips in a film, underpinned by the notion of seeing life from different perspectives with total consciousness.
Feet: Jade Montserrat
Artist Jade Montserrat explores the relationship between work they have made which details feet and wider politics of representation.
The model interprets the tongue in a surreal film which aims to tell Zanaughtti's personal story, and to invoke a powerful feeling in the viewer.
Poet and artist Julianknxx interprets the brain through a film which asks: how do you imagine your own future, and your own beauty within this existence?
Teeth: Lunathi Mngxuma
The artist took the memory of toothache in childhood to explore healing to the sicknesses of the world in this film.
Ears: Lunga Ntila
In an animated video, collaged artworks by the artist Lunga Ntila create vibrant portraits interpreting the ears.
Breasts: Rian Phin
Fashion designer and writer Rian Phin created a two-piece corseted garment based on maternity and cradle-boarding to explore the breast in a short film.
Endurance: Rukayah Sarumi
The women's rights advocate narrates her essay 'To Be Human Is To Endure And To Create Is To Express The Human Experience – An Ode to Black Women’s Art'.
Stomach: Sarah Nicole François
The digital artist and designer sought to convey the intrinsic connection between the spiritual sense and the gut in African Diasporic cultural and religious practices through film.
Fingers: Sindiso Khumalo
Fashion designer Sindiso Khumalo interprets fingers in a meditative film, which shows the connective power of the human hand for self-care, craftsmanship and to maintain generational bonds.
Arms: Sy Blake
The 3D artist Sy Blake explores the arm's role as part of the whole body, whilst also showcasing it as a landscape in its own right.
Hair: Tiffani Glenn Grimsley
Fine artist Tiffani Glenn Grimsley celebrates the beauty of textured hair, and defies negative stereotypes in this film.