Pitta of the Mind

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Pitta of the Mind - Word Performances - 6-23-16

Pitta of the Mind: Lost Church #4

Pitta of the Mind: Lost Church #3

Pitta of the Mind: Lost Church #2

Pitta of the Mind: Lost Church #1

Pitta of the Mind at the 13th Annual Outsound New Music Summit

Pitta of the Mind, Meridian Gallery, November 13, 2013

CatSynth (Amanda Chaudhary) and David Samas, Meridian Gallery, November 13, 2013

Pitta of the Mind at Bay Area Ladyfest: The Ramones "Sheena is a Punk Rocker"

Pitta of the Mind at Ladyfest 2013: Rebel Girls

Pitta of the Mind at Ladyfest 2013: Typical Girls

Pitta of the Mind at Ladyfest 2013: Manimal

ATA Pitta of the Mind

Pitta of the Mind at the Turquoise Yanta Grotto, April 5, 2013

Questions for the Silvery Moth - Amar Chaudhary and Maw Shein Win, 11th/12th Transbay Skronkathon

Pitta of the Mind (Amar Chaudhary and Maw Shein Win) at the 11th and 12th Annual Transbay Skronkathon

 

About Pitta of the mind

Pitta of the Mind is the duo of Amanda Chaudhary and Maw Shein Win, combining poetry with abstract electronic music. Their highly theatrical performances each center around a theme that is explored via text, sound and visuals.


Amanda Chaudhary is a composer and performer specializing in contemporary and electronic music. Her solo work involves experimenting with innovative sounds via analog synthesis and custom software with computers and mobile devices as well as folk and toy instruments. Her other ensemble projects include Reconnaissance Fly, an art-pop band and composers collective; and Surplus 1980, a Bay Area post-punk band.


Maw Shein Win often collaborates with visual artists and musicians, and her latest poetry chapbook, Ruins of a glittering palace, with paintings by Mark Dutcher, was published by SPA/Commonwealth Projects. She is currently a poetry editor for Rivet: The Journal of Writing that Risks for Red Bridge Press, a freelancer at the San Francisco Writers' Grotto, and a co-publisher for Stretcher.