During his short career, Tobias Wong provoked designers and consumers by subverting the conventional function of everyday objects. His untimely death in 2010 at the age of 35 left a profound mark on the international design community. In the spring of 2011, SFMOMA became the first museum to mount a solo exhibition of the designer's work. In this gallery exploration, Wong's friends and former collaborators share stories about particularly memorable projects or pieces from the exhibition.
Each SFMOMA Artcast brings you illuminating audio and video interviews with artists, curators, and visitors as they respond to the works on view and in the museum’s collection.