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"According to an old Japanese belief that I still share, sewing stitches have magical power.
In Japan I learned about the existence of prayer cloth.
I realized that sewing is a spiritual act.
The clothes that my mother made for me when I was a little girl always covered me with her big love, and the stitches on their backs protected me against anxiety and fear."
— Reiko Koga
Thus, the term cloud refers to the same cultural fantasy of its analog namesake—what cultural historian Steven Connor calls the “belief in the air as the abode of the endless”: inexhaustible, limitless, invisible.