Let's talk real quick about dissection levitation. This is super easy and set up takes just a few minutes. You will need your object for dissection, toothpicks, and a knife to do the dissection. Be sure whatever object you choose has a consistency soft enough to pierce but firm enough to hold it's weight.
After you dissect and reassemble your object time for your photo. I made a quickie backdrop from hanging a black fleece behind my lovely model, Katie. I'd stick to solid backgrounds during your first tries to avoid editing frustration later. It's also nice to have your model hold the object in such a way that her own body isn't blocking the background through the cracks.
After you've gotten a shot you are happy with just use Photoshop to fill in the areas where the toothpicks are with background. You can use auto-fill, paintbrush, and clone stamp to do this. Within just a few minutes you should be able to create your final image!
Remember this is the very basic of dissection levitation. Using different objects and wire along with more creative cuts you can create some amazing photos.
There is so much to do and see and photograph. How will we ever manage to capture it all?