Alastair Gibson is a pioneering artist who uses his engineering expertise to create unique carbon fibre sculptures. His piece God Save The African Queen, a human skull made from solid carbon fibre with interactive features, demonstrates his talent for combining aesthetic value with meaning and precision. Parts of the sculpture are derived from Grand Prix cars and the design incorporates elements of African culture. Through this work, Gibson examines notions of evolution and iteration while expanding on the capabilities of carbon fibre art. His upcoming project in 2023 will be his boldest yet and ArtÓ gallery is proud to be working with him.