Splitting Time: a digital media exhibit by TU Faculty, Aaron Higgins

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Opening Reception: November 2nd, 6-9 pm

Higgins 10-12Aaron Higgins, Assistant Professor at the School of Art, University of Tulsa, will have an exhibit of his new work, splitting time, at the Tulsa Artists Coatlistion Gallery November 2 through November 24; the opening reception will be Friday November, 2 from 6pm to 9pm. The TAC Gallery is located at 9 East Brady, Tulsa. This event is free and open to the public and is part of the Brady Arts District’s First Friday Art Walk

Higgins describes the technological aspects of his exhibit as a small series of installations using computers, webcams, and flat panel monitors.  Regarding the overarching theme, Higgins states, “Camera feeds will be processed, abstracted, and reassembled into new compositions that split and fragment time and space as seen by the eyes of video cameras. Imagery the cameras capture is sliced and abstracted into a new composition creating a colorful mosaic of time.”

A portfolio of Aaron’s work can be viewed online at aaronmhiggins.com


Mary Whitney