Quinn’s Hand of God was installed in March 2009 at the futuristic health spa of La Caldea, built in the form of a glass ice mountain by architect Jean-Michel Ruols in 1994 at Escaldes-Engordany in the small Pyrenean country of Andorra.
Quinn’s Hand of God sculpture is a clear example of the relationship between the real and transcendental. On the one hand, it reveals a humanism verging on existentialism, and on the other it suggests the ultimate search for a life of spirituality and religious fervour. His figures, and particularly his hands in isolation, are pieces that explore what is most human. – Consuelo Císcar Casabán