The image of the New Year’s Baby crawling past Old Man Time has a decidedly 20th century feel to it — nowadays, time moves so quickly that the idea of measuring it with lifetimes seems hard to imagine. But something still rings true about time passing in waves, and the end of the year always has a weightiness to it, just like the New Year feels like a fresh start. Time Out, Robert Bruce Scott’s installation at East Nashville’s Talula Gallery (the one with the ice cream parlor next door!), is a fitting forerunner to the gallery’s 2011 roster. An introspective show, Scott’s assemblages of found objects deal with time in many manifestations — the prospects of aging, dying and losing oneself in prayer and meditation — all with a quirky sense of humor that makes these big ideas palatable.