“Spectral field : Equivocal” examines the origin of light and physical processes behind the phenomenon of light and illumination. It is concerned with how light propagates through space, reflects, diffracts, and disperses into varying wavelengths creating perceivable fields of excited material. At first sight, it seems like the light, not constrained by the boundaries of the image, travels through the the photographs and illuminates them simultaneously by itself. However when examined up close, the faint shadow of a hand on some of the photographs -addressing to some sort of intervention- can be observed. Representing the methods of men to shape and control the light -to some extend- the shadow of the hands do in fact, direct the attention of the audience to the questionable authority of men over light and consequently allows the viewer to investigate this peculiar relationship.