Kino Guérin beautifully ties wood as easy as a string making tables, shelves, benches and more. Kino uses different collection of wood like walnut, zebrawood and wenge veneers combined with industrial bent wood. “I capture the nature of life through bending wood. For me, it is like taking a picture of a body in motion. By fixing a movement for eternity, it shows how existence is fragile and powerful” said the artist.
Guérin has been discovering different aspects of shaping by vacuum press laminated process, and every time he knots a new piece of furniture it opens up additional possibilities and ways of creation. Searching for equilibrium he mixes art work –sculpturing- and functioning them as gorgeous pieces of furniture.