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John Quigley

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John Quigley, founder of Spectral Q
Aerial Art example by John Quigley's Spectral Q
Aerial Art by John Quigley's Spectral Q
1,000 children and 150 volunteers create human aerial art of a shark in Repulse Bay Beach in Hong Kong designed by John Quigley and organized by Ocean Recovery Alliance

John Quigley is an educator, environmental advocate, aerial artist and founder of Spectral Q, an Aerial Art company that offers a unique medium of communication that is designed to build community and inspire creativity. Quigley has created over 150 Human Aerial Art images around the world on every continent and has virtually directed and coached over 100 additional images as non-commercial communications. Spectral Q has the largest body of work in this medium.

Spectral Q Mission[edit]

"I saw a need for communities to express their dreams and to address urgent issues. This unique mix of human installation, aerial photography, and political activism brings together communities to create large-scale messages for the common good. Focusing on themes of health, human rights, social justice, ecological balance, democracy, and freedom, the work strives to liberate the spirit and inspire unity and creative activation through participation."

Video of Human Aerial Art in 2012[edit]

Schoolchildren in Repulse Bay Beach in Hong Kong create human aerial art designed by Quigley and organized by Ocean Recovery Alliance.

Video of Human Aerial Art in 2013[edit]

Schoolchildren in Repulse Bay Beach in Hong Kong create human aerial art designed by Quigley and organized by Ocean Recovery Alliance.

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