The book Trilogy has an accordion structure, but it folds in a Turkish style, and the panels symbolize the idea of three universal forces. These are represented by white, black and red. Each panel forms the shape of a cross, and inside it also contains two crosses with opposite colors as the background. The overall piece is filled with a special Asemic script (writing having no specific semantic content), which forces the viewer to engage with the elemental visual components, evoking a direct, emotional, even primordial meaning. The script acts as a magical property, inviting the reader to search for meaning outside the realm of language.
The shell box and covers are made of Nepalis paper with red crosses on Japanese Kozo.