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Artist Phyllis Segura considers herself a "peripatetic painter, journalist, photographer and chef." Her works reflect her interest in spatial relationships, particularly those grounded in Eastern concepts: she teaches a class, "Drawing the Mind," which is based on the disciplines of Kyudo (the practice of Zen archery), and various techniques culled from both Western and Eastern traditions. Other artistic pursuits include pioneering works in holography and video, as well as traditional studies in Thangka painting and calligraphy. From 1968 to 1971 Segura founded and co-edited the revolutionary video journal Radical Software; from 1994 to the present she founded and edits Broadshirt, a poetry magazine printed on a T-shirt. She has exhibited around the world, with recent solo shows at L'Officina de Flavia Zanetti, Lugano, Switzerland, and the Gallerie de van Maes, Brussels, Belgium. She has lectured at several major arts institutions, including the Rhode Island School of Design and the Atelier Jacob in Burgdorf, Switzerland. A recent large-scale project was the Times Square Newsstand Project (1999) which involved the completion of three large decorative murals to gracepath 5
Times Square's newsstands. She lives in New York City.