Revolving stairs, 2016, wood, 160 x 78 x 67 cm, photo credit: Rodrigo Reinoso Revolving stairs, 2016, wood, 160 x 78 x 67 cm, photo credit: Rodrigo Reinoso Hula hoop, 2016, wood and metal, 196 x 64 x 39 cm, photo credit: Rodrigo Reinoso Twist stairs, 2016, wood and metal, 195 x 59 x 42 cm, credit photo: Rodrigo Reinoso Twist & Hula Hoop stairs, wood and metal, photo credit: Rodrigo Reinoso Escalera Timida, 2010, Wood, H 182 x L 117 x w 53 cm, Photo Credit: Estudio Cavallero Escalera Timida, 2010, Wood, H 182 x L 117 x w 53 cm, Photo Credit: Estudio Cavallero Escalera Timida, 2010, Wood, H 182 x L 117 x w 53 cm, Photo Credit: Estudio Cavallero La pala y la Viña, 2010, wood (Chesnut) and metal, 233 x 55 x 10 cm El Capicua, 2010, Iroko and Metal, 228 x 18 x 18 cm, Photo Credit: Estudio Cavallero La siesta del Rastrillo, Black Lapacho and metal, 139 x 20 x 10 cm, Photo Credit: Estudio Cavallero Pala Ancha, 2010, Wood and metal, 199 x 30 x 25 cm, Photo Credit: Estudio Cavallero Pala Ancha, 2010, Wood and metal, 199 x 30 x 25 cm, Photo Credit: Estudio Cavallero Pala Ancha, 2010, Wood and metal, 199 x 30 x 25 cm, Photo Credit: Estudio Cavallero Pala del amor, 2010, Wood and Metal, 199 x 30 x 25 cm, Photo Credit: Estudio Cavallero Pala del amor, 2010, Wood and Metal, 199 x 30 x 25 cm, Photo Credit: Estudio Cavallero El Rastrillo de Freddy K, 2010, Iroko and metal, 143 x 20 x 14 cm, Photo Credit: Estudio Cavallero Pala rampante, 2009, Wood and Metal, 237 x 57 x 12 cm,  Photo Credit: Estudio Cavallero Pala Rastrillante, 2010, Wood and metal, 208 x 25 x 6,5 cm, Photo Credit: Estudio Cavallero Rastrillo rampante, 2010, Black Lapacho and metal, 181 x 19 x 18 cm, Photo Credit: Estudio Cavallero Rufino's blues, 2010, Ash and metal, 269,5 x 47 x 8 cm, Photo Credit: Estudio Cavallero Rufino's blues, 2010, Ash and metal, 269,5 x 47 x 8 cm, Photo Credit: Estudio Cavallero Rufino's blues, 2010, Ash and metal, 269,5 x 47 x 8 cm, Photo Credit: Estudio Cavallero

Tools

The “Tools” series is an echo to the subtle balance that Pablo Reinoso strikes between art and design. Usefulness is contained in the title of the series, but once they are hung or laid on the wall, these tools seem to respond to the natural world they traditionally mold rather than to their primary function. They become vegetal, organic; they even rise, thus escaping man’s hand.