Deric Carner
Since 2007
Works in United States of America

BIO
Deric Carner is a graphic-based visual artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He received his MFA from the Piet Zwart Insitute, Rotterdam (2005) and has exhibited at EFA Project Space (2011), Romer Young Gallery (2010, 2008); Artists Space (2009); the Centre de George Pompidou (2009); Geisai Miami (2008); Witte de With Rotterdam (2006); CAC Vilnius (2005); and Kunstverein Malkasten Dusseldorf (2005). His work has been featured in publications by Revolver Books (Frankfurt, 2005-2006); ZYZZYVA (San Francisco, Fall 2008); SUM Magazine (Copenhagen, Spring 2008); Color & Color (San Francisco, 2010), Telephone Journal (2011) and is included in the KIOSK archive at the Kunstbibliothek Berlin (2009). Carner recieved a MacDowell Fellowship in 2009.
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OPPORTUNITY

Call for Artists who have recently moved to New York City


Deadline:
Tue Apr 10, 2012 12:00

Location:
New York, New York
United States of America

The Artist Welcoming Committee: New York City Branch seeks guests of honor for the second Welcome to New York! celebration, to be held at Art in General the third week in April. This is not a grant or an exhibition opportunity, rather it is a chance for a small batch of artists new to New York City's arts community to be formally welcomed by a room full of local gallerists, curators, arts writers, administrators, and artists. Of course, this will all be done with the help of some bubbly and glitter confetti!

We invite you to submit 5 jpg images of recent work, a short artist statement and a paragraph or two letting us know a bit about you—why you decided to move to NYC, what your plans are, and why we should choose you to be honored. We more interested in seeing your shining personality and creative potential than hearing a laundry list of past accomplishments.

To be eligible to apply you must have relocated to New York City in the last four months or are planning to relocate here in time for the event. Recent graduates are encouraged to apply, but students currently enrolled are not eligible.

Please send all submissions via e-mail to welcomeartists@gmail.com to be reviewed by the committee. Only those who are accepted will be contacted.

Next Submission DEADLINE: April 10th, 2012


OPPORTUNITY

Call for Artists who have recently moved to New York City


Deadline:
Mon Nov 28, 2011 23:55

The Artist Welcoming Committee: New York City Branch seeks guests of honor for Welcome to New York! the second in a series of celebrations intended as a hail and welcome for a selected batch of artists new to New York City's arts community.
      We invite you to submit 5 jpg images of recent work, a short artist statement and a paragraph or two letting us know a bit about you—why you decided to move to NYC, what your plans are, and why we should choose you to be honored. We more interested in seeing your shining personality and creative potential than hearing a laundry list of past accomplishments.
      To be eligible to apply you must have relocated to New York City in the last four months or are planning to relocate here in time for the event. Recent graduates are encouraged to apply, but students currently enrolled are not eligible.
     Please send all submissions via e-mail to welcomeartists@gmail.com to be reviewed by the committee.
DEADLINE: November 28th, 2011
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OPPORTUNITY

Call for Artists who have recently moved to New York City (or are planning to).


Deadline:
Sun Feb 06, 2011 00:00


The Artist Welcoming Committee: New York City Branch
seeks guests of honor for Welcome to New York! the first in a series of celebrations intended as a hail and welcome for a promising batch of artists new to New York City's arts community.

To be considered please submit 5 jpg images of recent work, a short artist statement, and a paragraph or two letting us know a bit about you — why you decided to move to NYC, what your plans are, and why we should choose you to be honored. We more interested in seeing your shining personality and creative potential than hearing a laundry list of past accomplishments.

To be eligible to apply you must have relocated to New York City in the last 3 months or are planning to relocate here in time for the event. Recent graduates are encouraged to apply, but students currently enrolled are not eligible.

Please send all submissions via e-mail to mailto:welcomeartists@gmail.com to be reviewed by the committee.

Submission DEADLINE: February 6th, 2011
Event Date: Thursday, February 24th, 2011

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Welcome to New York!
is a roving celebration hosted by the Artist Welcoming Committee: New York City Branch. The events will be held a few times a year at various New York City art galleries and institutions to celebrate, welcome, and promote new artists to the city by kick-starting their professional creative networks here.

About:
The Artist Welcoming Committee invites artists who are new to New York City to join local curators, gallery directors, more established artists, and a variety of arts professionals as the guests of honor for a convivial “Hail & Welcome” toast and introduction. A limited number of artists who have recently moved to NYC will be selected by the committee through open call submissions process and review of images of recent work as well as a short written statement to be welcomed as Bright New Prospects in the New York art world.

Selected Artists will be honored with a public reception featuring introductions by guest arts professionals, take-away promotional material, and artists' resource packets. The atmosphere of these events will be festive- although this event is certainly intended as a useful networking opportunity for the new artists, it is above all a celebration and will look and act the part of one!

There will sparkling wine to toast the guests of honor and welcome their arrival to the New York arts community. There will also be a (spiked) punch bowl, snacks, music, confetti, noisemakers, banners and balloons- think over the top surprise birthday party vibe.

Where:
The inaugural Welcome to New York! event will occur on Wednesday, February 23 from 7pm- 9pm in conjunction with the exhibition "I Like the Art World and the Art World Likes Me" curated by Eric Doeringer at EFA Project Space, a program of the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts.

Why:
Let’s face it- While New York is a place filled with excitement and opportunity for artists and all alike, it is not always the most welcoming or possible to navigate without “a little help from your friends.” We at the Artist Welcoming Committee want to provide a chance for a few deserving, hard working, and talented new creative transplants to experience our community for what (we hope) it truly is: human and attainable.


EVENT

Sound Device


Dates:
Sat Mar 08, 2008 00:00 - Thu Jan 31, 2008

SOUND DEVICE

Curated by Annie Yalon, Scott Kiernan and Deric Carner
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 8th, 7-10 p.m.

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - Root Division is pleased to showcase a selection of contemporary sound art devices created by artists, musicians, and technologists. This international survey includes site-specific installations, interactive devices, performances, and quiet evocations. Of particular note are: Paul Slocum’s compositions for a modified dot-matrix printer (Dot Matrix Synth); Paris Mancini’s video of singer Nina Petrochko mimicking ambient sounds from the city and countryside (Sustaining Notes for Ground); Rafael Canedo’s Punchcard Symphony; and PB8’s Collective Instrument #1.

Artists include:
Paul Slocum
Roddy Schrock
Jeff Ray
Nina Petrochko & Paris Mancini
PB8
Candice Jacobs
Robert Jackson Harrington
Jacqueline Gordon
Luciana Ohira & Sergio Bonilha
Elinor J. Domol
Rafael Canedo

Opening Reception:
Saturday, March 8th, 7-10 pm
Performances by Katrina Lamb, Jeff Ray, Rafael Canedo

Exhibition Dates:
March 5-22, 2008

Gallery Hours: Wednesdays - Saturdays, 12-4 p.m. (or by appointment)

ROOT DIVISION
3175 17th Street (at South Van Ness & Shotwell)
San Francisco, CA 94110
www.rootdivision.org
415.863.7668

ABOUT ROOT DIVISION:
Root Division is an arts and arts education non-profit located in the Mission District of San Francisco. Root Division acts as an ecosystem for artists in that we provide subsidized studio space to working artists in exchange for their service in the organization. While creating opportunities for individuals to develop both creatively & professionally, Root Division promotes creative expression and builds community through having these artists teach art in after school programs, lead adult education classes, and produce special events that showcase local emerging artists. It is in these connections between artistic exploration and public engagement that we spark the powerful synergy between personal inspiration and social change.

Root Division is supported in part by grants from the San Francisco Foundation and from the Walter & Elise Haas Sr Fund. The Second Saturday Exhibition Series is sponsored by the Phyllis C. Wattis Foundation and the Zellerbach Family Foundation.

For further information regarding events and/or press materials, please do not hesitate to contact Selene Foster at 415.863.7668 or events@rootdivision.org.


OPPORTUNITY

Sound Device as Sculpture


Deadline:
Fri Jan 05, 2007 00:00

Sound Device as Sculpture

The curators are interested in showcasing original devices, processes, and appropriations used for making sound. We are soliciting submissions from various fields: music, visual art, performance and computing. We will select pieces in terms of their sculptural and conceptual qualities rather than musical viability. We are interested primarily in mechanical or material solutions whose formal qualities emerge from their sound making intention. The sculpture doesnt necessarily need to produce a sound but it should be implied that the object might once have or could produce a sound.

Questions of interest:
Can sound be implied in a sculptural object?
What are the conceptual componants used to make a sound?
How do the sculptural qualities emerge from the sound function?
Is the sound present or absent? Is it precise, imprecise, or failed?
Is a specialist needed to use the device?
Does the viewer complete the sound object?
Can the public choose when and for how long to participate?
Is there poetic or sometimes destructive residue to mark the memory of a sound?
Does the device bridge different disciplines in interesting ways?

Deadline: January 5, 2008
Notification: January 15, 2008
Exhibition: March 2008

Please submit the following in the body of an email:
3-5 jpgs no larger than 800px
URL for additional media (sound or video)
a brief description of the work
a bio or resumé

Please do not attach text documents or media over 1MB.
You may submit completed work or proposal drawings along with exemplary recent work.

sound_sculpture@rootdivision.org
ROOT DIVISION
http://www.rootdivision.org
3175 17th Street (at South Van Ness)
San Francisco, CA 94110