Panteon was born of a desire to ensconce oneself in exotic, oftentimes remote locations around the world and document whatever emotions and stories are evoked. The logbook of a musical journey-woman navigating unfamiliar terrain and allowing herself to be moved in hopes to better understand and accept her own elusive story. It is the nom de plume of Yvonne Ambrée, who as a child grew up behind the wall in East Berlin and to whom boundary and immersion have deeper implications. Traveling solo save for a smattering of musical accouterment and notebooks to gather field recordings and pen new music. Panteon is a musical projectionist but is Ambrée projecting herself into the environment or the other way around?