Please join us for a special performance by James Maurelle, Friday July 21st at 5pm in the gallery, and on Saturday, July 22nd at 4pm for a special event led by Jodie Cavalier.
Anytime Dept is proud to present All sounds concern me, a two-person exhibition from artists Jodie Cavalier and James Maurelle. James Maurelle confronts the act of listening, inviting onlookers to recontextualize the labor of the domestic. Jodie Cavalier listens to the impressions left behind by the ghosting of landscapes, allowing echoes to materialize. With two bodies of work created separately, together, they turn sound to solidity. Please join us for a special performance by James Maurelle, Friday July 21st at 5pm in the gallery, and on Saturday, July 22nd at 4pm for a special event led by Jodie Cavalier.
Jodie Cavalier is an interdisciplinary artist working in Portland, Oregon. Cavalier received her BA from the University of California, Berkeley and MFA from Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, Oregon. She has participated in residencies at; the Center for Land Use Interpretation in Wendover, Utah in 2014, Wassaic in 2016, and AZ West Wagon Encampment in 2017. Her work has been exhibited at the Schneider Museum (Ashland), the deYoung Museum (San Francisco), Pacific Film Archive (Berkeley), CoCA (Seattle), EXO Project Space (Chicago), Städelschule (Frankfurt), among others.
James Maurelle was born in California, his practice explores sculpture, video, and photography, while recycled materials are his physical and digital primes. He is a graduate of the San Francisco Art Institute with a degree in film, design & technology and holds an MFA from the University of Pennsylvania. He resides in Philadelphia.