Immunological memory is a part of our adaptive immune response in our bodies. The adaptive immune response is very specific and important because of its ability to specifically recognize a wide range and variety of pathogens. Immunological memory occurs as a result of memory T cells and effector T cells. Our memory T cells allow our body to recognize a pathogen that we were previously exposed to and effector T cells are the cells that will eliminate that pathogen rapidly before it can cause any symptoms or infections. Immunological memory helps us effectively from getting the same disease or infection twice. This artwork displays a memory T cell recognizing two pathogens. My artwork that I made shows a memory T cell (the blue cell) that in it has the strands of DNA from a pathogen that it was once infected with (yellow, red, green), and pathogen cells around the memory T cell that were made using the same thread that was put into the memory T cell.