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"Feverishly fastened in, we set out to map and make sense of this puzzling panoramic vision. Like a fantastic dream unbearably unraveled, our attempt at decoding each piece becomes its own intimate process of mythmaking. Here in our studies of symbols, stories and tragedies, we excavate a personal web of embedded connections. As random pairings reveal themselves as discovered lovers and identical brothers, we begin a topographic discussion of table revelations. So it is from this seat, scene by scene, a skewed perception and abstract retelling unfold. A birth and death of fact and fable create images as new avenues and new possibilities."

Recently from NYC to Portland, Oregon, Nathan and Noah Rice have studied both academically and independently, with a focus in anthropology, architecture and religion. Working in a constant collaborative effort they have exhibited work in Portland, Philadelphia and NYC. Each project has varied in styles, mediums and techniques ranging from mixed-media to graffiti to film. They are currently concentrating on new research and images for silk-screen apparel.

You can view more of Nathan and Noah's artwork at christophertwins.com, and they can be contacted by email at noahrice77@hotmail.com.

Tour Nathan and Noah's work, piece by piece.

View thumbnails of Nathan and Noah's work.





Recently from NYC to Portland, Oregon, Nathan and Noah Rice have studied both academically and independently, with a focus in anthropology, architecture and religion. Working in a constant collaborative effort they have exhibited work in Portland, Philadelphia and NYC. Each project has varied in styles, mediums and techniques ranging from mixed-media to graffiti to film. They are currently concentrating on new research and images for silk-screen apparel. You can view more of Nathan and Noah's artwork at christophertwins.com, and they can be contacted by email at noahrice77@hotmail.com. Tour Nathan and Noah's work, piece by piece. View thumbnails of Nathan and Noah's work.

Recently from NYC to Portland, Oregon, Nathan and Noah Rice have studied both academically and independently, with a focus in anthropology, architecture and religion. Working in a constant collaborative effort they have exhibited work in Portland, Philadelphia and NYC. Each project has varied in styles, mediums and techniques ranging from mixed-media to graffiti to film. They are currently concentrating on new research and images for silk-screen apparel. You can view more of Nathan and Noah's artwork at christophertwins.com, and they can be contacted by email at noahrice77@hotmail.com. Tour Nathan and Noah's work, piece by piece. View thumbnails of Nathan and Noah's work.

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