Torolab is a collective laboratory of spatial investigations, art and contextual studies founded in 1995 and commanded by Raúl Cárdenas Osuna (Mazatlan, Sinaloa, México, 1969), who embodies a work methodology that invites people to develop the project with him; by working together, they become Torolab. The main thrust of Torolab projects lies in proposition and not in protest and the establishment of deep relationships between people, ideas, and equipment to improve quality of life. With their experiments they search for the sublime in the everyday--the DNA of comfort and an atmosphere of warm humanism: to obtain a better quality of life. Cárdenas holds a degree in architecture from the Universidad Iberoamericana in Tijuana as well as a Masters in Fine Arts from the University of California in San Diego. His work has been exhibited in important museums and galleries the world over, including MoMA, New York, USA; ArtBasel, Switzerland; Galería OMR, Mexico City, Pasadena Museum of Art, USA; Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, USA; as well as in several international biennials in France, China, England and Brazil, among other countries. Cárdenas has actively lectured and participated in many global conferences and forums since 2000 in Spain, Italy, USA, Canada, Mexico, England, Germany, Colombia, Australia, among many other countries.