Roger Weiss is a Swiss photographer who was finding himself increasingly disassociated with the photographs depicting women. So he decided to take a different path. Inspired by Kintsugi, a Japanese method for repairing broken things by filling gold in the cracks, Weiss' series called “Human Dilatations” features 250 unifying photographs that show how the female body is fragmented and then reassembled.
Human Dilatations is a study in the feminine form and foray into the subject of beauty and it’s stereotypes. Here are 26 shots from this series which explores new perspectives of female beauty.