Wheatfield at Day, 2006; 14" x 11", Epson R2400 print
Moonview No. 1, 2006; 14" x 14", Epson R2400 print
Moonview No. 2, 2006; 14" x 14", Epson R2400 print
In "Wheatfield at Day," the "sky" includes mallomonas (scaled, single-celled flagellates). The "wheat" is a rendered type of cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae.
"Moonview #1" includes a lunar surface photograph from Apollo 15 in 1971. The "stars" are halobacteria, which are common to wet, salty environments and typically red. The "orb" is a rendering of a cystic, diseased ovary. (Digital photograph taken during LSH, or laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy.)
In "Moonview #2" another "planet" rises above the lunar horizon. This time, it is a rendering from the MRI of a human brain exhibiting anomalies after grand mal seizures and hypertensive encephalopathy.
Credits: NASA and its affiliated programs/labs; Memorial Hospital Radiology (CO); Bruce H. Albrecht, M.D. and team (CO).
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