Solid-State Poems is an ongoing project that explores objects’ form and materiality in an industrial design context. The works are products designed without any realistic limitations. They are free from the consumerism narrative or ergonomic restrictions. They are simply created to be impractical product-like ‘objects’ and they can hardly be prototyped in reality. They can be just treated like ‘interesting geometries’ or even sculptures that has vague or no functionalities. There are no users and certainly no manufacturing process. But because of the forms or certain details of these objects people will want to see them as products and assume their functions based on their own knowledge. It is always interesting to see how users put themselves in this kind of contexts. I enjoy this anxiety of perceiving as well as the ambiguity of physicality and affordance of the objects. Not like judging art, people can still find the joy of criticizing what they are 'familiar' with. Every once in a while I will post a new piece in this collection. The works are very speculative and sometimes totally irrelevant，but in the end they are all somewhat physical results and answers of some exceptionally abstract ideas and questions.