"Putting the quilts up permits other people to have their own associations. Like free electrons, they'll bounce off each other, and something will happen. I'm interested in the kinship that happens from the way television shows and quilts bring people together."
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"As a collector, I'm looking for something that reflects my country back at me. Quilts rearrange my molecules when I look at them. There's an enormous satisfaction in having them close by. I'm not a materialist. There are too many things in the world, and we know that the best things in life aren't things. Yet there are a few things that remind me of the bigger picture. We live in a rational world. One and one always equals two. That's okay, but we actually want—in our faith, in our families, in our friendships, in our love, in our art—for one and one to equal three. And quilts do that for me."