The base image in this was a photograph of a Chinese ceramic with wonderful organic shapes and swirls. This was copied, blurred and separate density ranges selected. These were given different treatments placed in a variety of layers.
The X-ray included shows a person with Chlamydia pneumonia and cardiac failure. Chlamydia pneumoniae (Chlamydophila) is a strange organism somewhere between a virus and a bacterium. It is an obligate intracellular pathogen with a complicated life cycle. It cannot reproduce on its own but must enter a cell and take over the process of the cell in order to replicate. It then kills the cell and is released into the tissues where the new organisms infect new host-cells. There’s a change in the organism’s structure between inside the cell and when it is released it becomes an “elementary body” this is the seed that is transmitted to another person who breathes it in, and they become infected. It infects a variety of animals, but the first known human case was from Taiwan (hence the link with Chinese ceramic). It is common cause of community acquired pneumonia worldwide. As a complication there is an association with both with asthma, also coronary artery disease leading to cardiomyopathy and cardiac failure.