Deric Antoine Carner Delamotte is a North American artist who was born in Virginia and has lived and worked in Holland, Catalunya, California, New York, New Jersey and West Virginia. He has had solo shows at Romer Young, Trestle Projects, Four AM, Louis V E.S.P., and Tent. Rotterdam. Group shows include at Foreland, FIERMAN, PROTO Gallery, Radiator Gallery, Present Company, NurtureArt, EFA Project Space, Southern Exposure and CAC, Vilnius. He has had residencies at the Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts and MacDowell, and had studios at Root Division and the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts. He received MFA degrees from the Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam, NL and the University of Plymouth UK, and a BFA from the University of California at Santa Cruz.
Carner’s book Soft Hard Bodies is available at the Whitney Museum, Printed Matter, St. Marks and variousartistsrecords.com. Recent writings were included in the Autumn 2021 issue of The Philosopher. Carner has curated exhibitions including Dread in the Eyes, Midtown and A Place in the Sun at EFA, Ghost Chair at Hamiltonian Gallery, A Dead Dog's Eye at Aquarius, If You Were in My Body at Fierman Gallery, Ways to Lighten Up at Splinters & Logs, The Shhh Sound Was Difficult at Louis V ESP, and Leave the Capital and Sound Device at Root Division.