Based on Plato’s thought, ‘Tryptic’ is a discovery of the external world. According to the author, there are two world: the visible, and the intelligible, where the truth lies.
‘Tryptic’ presents a world that unfolds into three different ‘doors’ that the protagonist comes into contact with through the senses. First, he recognizes the smell, then glances at the external world, finally he senses with the touch. These experiences happen in a loop where everything arises and disappears in a vicious circle. The question is: is it possible to know the world while ignoring what surrounds us?