The title "Nobody is health in a sick world" as well as the image, is inspired in the original quote from Krishnamurti, who says “It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.”
Her eyes are down looking at nowhere because she is not looking outside but inside, immersed in deep thoughts. While her body is passive and showing no reaction or expectation.
She can't bare the reality she used to live, excluding herself from the outside world, locked now in the deep and heavy thoughts about her own feeling.
Many thinkers point at the miserable state of mind modern society seems to lead us. Émile Durkheim observed in his time that the higher economical prosperity the society has, the higher are the suicide rates. In his book called The Suicide he explain its relation to industrial society and capitalism society.
While Theodor Adorno says that despite Capitalism makes society richer, it doesn't provide our most essential needs, which is affection, sense of belonging of community and family, and so on.
We live in a society where most people work in activities creating and providing products and services they have no direct relation to. The passive work hours create active consumers, trying to compensate through their salaries and wages expending to obtain back their sense of affection and group belong, powered with the influence of marketing, associating such primary and essential needs to products. which is not exactly true.
Although consumerism give us a great pleasure of freedom, choices and access, also the rich society the modern industrial capitalism create, at the end we got in a vice circle of imprisonment, lack of real fulfilling needs and compensation of it all associate to money power.