This painting isn't trying to represent anything. It's not trying present to you something that I've seen elsewhere. It's just a painting, a study in color and light, self-consciously aware that it IS a painting. It's not pretending to be a photograph, or a view of a landscape, or anything else.
Sure, it looks like something - maybe a planet and a spaceship? - maybe a surgeon's scalpel cutting into a major artery, letting the light in? - maybe nothing at all. It's just different colors of paint splashed around on a canvas.
Paint splashed around on a canvas is all that any painting is, and all that every painting will always be. Shades of color, shapes and forms, light and dark - what else has an artist got to work with? Not much, which is why it's so amazing that some art touches us so deeply.
This painting may speak to someone, and that would be awesome. But it's OK if no one is moved by it. It's not trying to be anything other than what it is.