When we dropped by, Bittman was testing out arrangements of tiles for an upcoming show.  She thinks of these “as textile sculptures. I always get frustrated with the textiles, because the scale of textiles is generally pretty small. Unless you’re a textile person, you’re not going to examine the structure or break down how it was made. So these are enlargements of that.”
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When we dropped by, Bittman was testing out arrangements of tiles for an upcoming show. She thinks of these “as textile sculptures. I always get frustrated with the textiles, because the scale of textiles is generally pretty small. Unless you’re a textile person, you’re not going to examine the structure or break down how it was made. So these are enlargements of that.”