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Originally a FB meme. Exploiting Chinese propaganda posters our hero Pink Buddha becomes both Castor and Pollux, the eternal rabbit feeding twins.

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Originally created for Pink Buddha's social media pages these images steal from Chinese propaganda posters to share subversive ideas.

Excerpt from "On Seeing Online: Archive and Artifice," by Annie Buckley & Sapira Cheuk September, 2014

With grumbles about the messy complications inherent in the blurring of disciplines coming largely from earlier generations, it is refreshing to see an artist from such a generation playfully critique that grumble, ageism, and most anything in her path, with her wildly irreverent parody and pastiche. Terri Lloyd‘s “Pink Buddha Memes” take form in fabricated postcards, impromptu performance, and video. Lloyd’s online profile also includes running a feminist art collective for women over forty, evidence of the collaboration the Internet affords many artists.

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Originally a FB meme. Exploiting Chinese propaganda posters our hero Pink Buddha becomes both Castor and Pollux, the eternal rabbit feeding twins.

556 x 468 pixels 72 ppi

Originally created for Pink Buddha's social media pages these images steal from Chinese propaganda posters to share subversive ideas.

Excerpt from "On Seeing Online: Archive and Artifice," by Annie Buckley & Sapira Cheuk September, 2014

With grumbles about the messy complications inherent in the blurring of disciplines coming largely from earlier generations, it is refreshing to see an artist from such a generation playfully critique that grumble, ageism, and most anything in her path, with her wildly irreverent parody and pastiche. Terri Lloyd‘s “Pink Buddha Memes” take form in fabricated postcards, impromptu performance, and video. Lloyd’s online profile also includes running a feminist art collective for women over forty, evidence of the collaboration the Internet affords many artists.

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