"Its' luminous mood-enhancing visual language make Spectrasphere an artifact intended to evoke wonder and inspire those who gaze into its’ hypnotic lens."
Constructed from a solid block of intricately-milled walnut, the external design details and unique visual effects provide chromotherapeutic relief through an interactive light instrument capable of producing endless combinations of spectral healing entertainment.
Its' luminous mood-enhancing visual language make Spectrasphere an artifact intended to evoke wonder and inspire those who gaze into its’ hypnotic lens. Spectrasphere is designed, manufactured, and hand-assembled in Los Angeles by the same team of artists and engineers responsible for "The Obverse Box". Each piece has unique features, behavioral characteristics, and natural flaws in the wood grain. No two are exactly the same.
Color Field is the second A.M. Architect release on 79Ancestors, following the Innervisible EP, and shows the San Antonio-based duo at point of conceptual maturity.
"When a young lady searching for answers follows the instruction of a self-help institute offering a peculiar and psychedelic empowerment course, she wanders through rural Texas in search of solace through a “color therapy” meeting group."
Producer partners Daniel Stanush and Diego Chavez frequently collaborate on films as ambitious and articulate as the music itself, sometimes working on both at the same time. Color Field is a continuation of the narrative film series set in motion through the Innervisible prelude.