Have it your way (with Soxx): Jenny Drumgoole
Have it Your Way (with Soxx)
On view April 1st – 30th, 2016
Do you need a way to promote your:
…plus many more options!!
Soxx has been doing this for strangers online since last year (to raise money to be mayor and for her arts & crafts supplies). BUT on Friday, April 1st at PRACTICE, you can get your own video for FREE!!! (normally people on the internet pay $5, so this is a great deal!). Soxx’s summer interns (Bonnie, Brent and Laz) will be there taking everyone’s orders and helping to make the videos too! The 3 most popular options online will be available – a pudding, pickle, or peanut whisper video. But don’t just trust us…if you look it up on the internet, it will tell you that you need promotions and endorsements for your business, or for whatever you are doing!
Read the reviews of several satisfied customers!
”Wow! I was completely blown away by the quality of this video. Soxx really goes the extra mile!” – Allied Investments (promotional pudding video)
”Absolutely brilliant. That is without a doubt the best thing I’ve ever brought on the Internet. Soxx for president. You’re fantastic.” – Benstonehouse (promotional pudding video, personal use)
”I LOVE IT !!! Soxx, you’re the greatest, I can’t rave enough. Great service, wonderful performance and fast delivery. I’m sorry that there are only 5 stars, this was definitely a 10 star video. I’m working on ideas for my next Soxx video. I need more! Thank you, thank you, thank you.” – Way2Funky band (professional testimonial video)
Soxx (nee Jenny Drumgoole) is a Philadelphia-based multimedia artist who incorporates video and performance into extra-disciplinary actions inserted into the public domain. Her most recent video-based performance work involves the artist physically and virtually infiltrating competitive events with subversive art actions which question our obsessions with celebrity, desire, and the limits and illusions of individuality in popular and consumer culture. Drumgoole received her MFA in photography from Yale University in 2006. Her work has been exhibited in numerous venues both nationally and internationally. A discussion of her work will be included in the forthcoming Blackwell Companion to Public Art (2016).
Our gallery practice seeks to support artist practices that focus on performance, participation and experimentation.
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