Open through Nov. 24

The Tulsa Artists’ Coalition Gallery is a small block of space in the Brady Arts District frequently filling to capacity with visitors on opening nights. When guests experience Aaron Higgins’ Splitting Time: A Digital Media Exhibit, they may find that space expanded beyond the walls. Splitting Time splices and dices in this multimedia installation of images on monitors, camera captures and computer processes that fragment time and images before reordering everything into new compositions. The assistant professor at the University of Tulsa School of Art calls it the creation of a “colorful mosaic of time” and a mirror of time’s cyclical nature. It blows our minds, too. The exhibit runs through Nov. 24. For more, go to

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