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For the past 20 years, Liquid Architecture has been Australia’s leading organisation for artists working with sound and listening. LA investigates the sounds themselves, but also the ideas communicated about, and the meaning of, sound and listening.
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A new wave of L2s are being unlocked on Bitcoin. Bitcoin renaissance? Let’s find out. Eric on Twitter Orkun on Twitter Nick on Twitter Timestamps ⏳ Intro 0:00 Backstory of L2s and data availability 0:53 Orkun and Citrea 7:36 Rollups vs other Bitcoin scaling solutions 10:17 The culture around Bitcoin scaling 19:52 How Bitcoin can support rollups and…
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In this episode of the No Execution Podcast we explore ZK proofs in the modular stack. What ZK proofs are, what new applications will become possible, and much more. We are joined by guests Brian Retford, Preston Evans, and Yi Sun. Moderated by Nick White. Resources 📋 Website Twitter GitHub Discord Blog Reddit…
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Welcome to Celestia Spotlight where we hear from the people at the forefront of the modular movement. For the sixth episode, we welcome Jon from Hyperlane to discuss permissionless and modular interoperability between blockchains. Hyperlane on twitter Hyperlane website Jon on twitter Nick on twitter Timestamps 🕒 0:00 start 0:28 Introduction 2:12 Jo…
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Welcome to Celestia Spotlight where we hear from the people at the forefront of the modular movement. For the fifth episode, we welcome Jim from Catalyst to discuss a new cross-chain liquidity architecture for millions of chains. Catalyst on twitter Catalyst website Jim on twitter Nick on twitter Timestamps 🕒 0:00 start 0:16 Intro 4:05 The problem …
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Welcome to Celestia Spotlight where we hear from the people at the forefront of the modular movement. For the third episode, we welcome Josh from Astria to discuss shared sequencers and they enable rollups that are decentralized by default. Astria on twitter Astria website Josh on twitter Nick on twitter Timestamps 🕒 0:00 start 0:19 Intro 1:39 What…
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Welcome to No Execution podcast where we hear from the people at the forefront of the modular movement. For the latest episode, we welcome Barry, Elijah, and Josh from Skip, Duality, and Astria to discuss MEV in the modular stack. Elijah on Twitter Barry on Twitter Josh on Twitter Nick on twitter Skip Duality Astria Timestamps 🕒 0:00 Start 1:17 Dua…
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Welcome to Celestia Spotlight where we hear from the people at the forefront of the modular movement. For the third episode, we welcome LZRS from Modular Cloud to discuss the status quo of block explorers and how we can advance them for the modular blockchain movement. Modular Cloud on twitter Modular Cloud block explorer LZRS on twitter Nick on tw…
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We welcome Evan for the fourth episode of Modular Insights to give a presentation on Metro, an idea for shared sequencers and lazy rollups. Evan on twitter Timestamps 🕒 0:00 Intro 2:50 the problem with decentralized rollups 5:37 separating transaction aggregation and execution 9:39 shared sequencers 11:54 Paying for gas 13:28 Inheriting fork choice…
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Welcome to Celestia Spotlight where we hear from the people at the forefront of the modular movement. For the second episode, we welcome Yishay from Dymension to discuss RollApps, and modular blockchains. Dymension on Twitter Yishay on Twitter Nick on Twitter Timestamps 🕒 0:00 Start 1:59 Dymension's path to building modular blockchains 9:00 Rollups…
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The object of the ellipse within science fiction offers numerous ways to reimagine temporarily outside of the confines of linear progress. In part two of ‘Ellipses: Returning to Time Knots and Techno Utopias’ we travel back to the techno-utopian ideas of the dot com boom of the early 1990s to explore the now fraught potential of constructions of di…
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The object of the ellipse within science fiction offers numerous ways to reimagine temporarily outside of the confines of linear progress. In part two of ‘Ellipses: Returning to Time Knots and Techno Utopias’ we travel back to the techno-utopian ideas of the dot com boom of the early 1990s to explore the now fraught potential of constructions of di…
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Meta-Phoneme. High-Flyers hosting a glossification. Neverything.Hexed conditioning, Typographic shatters on shhhhhh. Stink of a Mega-Mix.Champagne on bow. Grand Stalemates. Tell-DrillGulping a drip-feel lottery. Preciousness or cavity. Hardly-edging Soft points.Repeat polite, encore ahistorical. In/formation politics. Flexing MegaplexxxListen in to…
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Welcome to the first episode of Celestia Spotlight where we hear from the people at the forefront of the modular movement. For the first episode, we welcome Neel from Eclipse! Eclipse on Twitter Neel on Twitter Nick on Twitter Timestamps 🕒 0:00 start 1:34 Neel’s start in crypto 3:30 Falling down the modular rabbit hole 5:15 What is Eclipse? 8:30 Th…
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Selfless selves, linked Is, and not-Is. -I is the third in a series of twelve annual 12-hour events taking place on December 12, 2022. Each year the event moves through each word of the 12-word phrase 'you and I are water earth fire air of life and death' and activates the word of the year in a myriad of ways. Christof Migone talks through the orig…
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Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages? Rully and Wukir of Senyawa talk through the stories, languages and sounds explored through their collaboration; the power of music performance …
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Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages?Jasmin Wing-Lin Leung talks through her connection with the Erhu; her compositional practice of working with room resonance; and what to expect …
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In "Musical Vitalities", Holly Watkins describes the life of music - tenuous, metaphorical, contingent and mortal - as the cross-modal interpretation of sounds. Sounds are ambiguous, they alert us to dangers and lures, both animate and inanimate. “Music retains that ambiguity; music is the art of possibly animate things”.Artist and writer Tessa Lai…
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The object of the ellipse within science fiction offers numerous ways to reimagine temporarily outside of the confines of linear progress. Ellipses: Part One: Time Knots encourages us to imagine a more blended temporarily and perhaps to even actualise new times.Daniel Jenatsch talks through the expansion of his universe ‘The Close World’; the affec…
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Presented in homage to Lis Rhodes pioneering optical sound and film installation, Light Music (1975), Liquid Architecture presented a series of live experimental sound and cinema performances at ACMI on Saturday October 15th.Sally Golding talks through her work Intra Protocol; the techniques of expanding cinema in space and media; and the community…
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TERRA: Memory & Soil is a collaboration between Victoria Pham and Joel Spring that transforms West Space gallery into an immersive garden by combining sound, biological-sculpture, architecture and projection. The project interrogates how we remember our past landscapes, bringing vastly different insights into notions of the built environment, histo…
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We sit down with Toghrul Maharramov, researcher at Scroll, to discuss Scroll's zk rollup with Celestia Labs team members Mustafa Al-Bassam and John Adler. Timestamps 🕐 0:00 Start 0:19 Scroll introduction 4:23 Why build a rollup 6:12 Scroll’s current stage of development 7:23 Design decisions 10:15 Phase 1 overview 14:44 Phase 2 overview 18:50 Q&A 1…
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A Creek Story is a newly commissioned moving image and concrete poetry work by artist Joy Zhou. Collaging text, images, and audio in a series of moving image works and gifs, Zhou builds on their interest in visually and sonically mapping the plurality of encounters one may have with such waterways and creeks on Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung land.Inspired …
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We sit down with Ethan Buchman, Co-founder of Cosmos and CEO of Informal Inc, to discuss sovereignty in the personal computing revolution with Celestia labs CEO Mustafa Al-Bassam. Moderated by Ekram Ahmed. Timestamps 🕐 0:00 Start 0:12 Intro 2:54 The community computer 7:33 Sovereignty in the community computing revolution 11:45 Tensions with the st…
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How can sound and listening be mobilised for understanding questions of power, capture, and extraction under networked capitalism and data colonialism?Capture All is a multiyear collaboration between Liquid Architecture and Sarai, featuring artists, scholars, and writers based in India and Australia contributing to a series of critical intensives a…
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Close collaborator, writer and experimental musician James Hazel unfurls the complex weavings of Holowell's nuanced approach to vocal composition and improvisation in Dancing on The Margins: The Manifold, Minor Voci of Sonya Holowell published on Disclaimer.https://disclaimer.org.au/contents/dancing-on-the-margins-the-manifold-minor-voci-of-sonya-h…
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Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages?Eva Birch talks through her shift into sound poetry; the parallel influences of Dada and psychoanalysis on her practice; and reflects on her rec…
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Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages?Adam Gołębiewski describes how he has extended the drum kit to include mysterious and unusual objects; outlines the pleasures and difficulties o…
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Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages?YL Hooi talks through the convergence of genres that influence her sound, her collaborative relationship with Tarquin Manek and how her songs ha…
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Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages?Alexandra Spence expands on her relationship to objects and how she translates their textures and histories into sound; the development of her p…
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Jarrod and Nisa of Fabulous Diamonds talk through how their sound has changed over their two decade collaboration with instrumentation and genre; the influence on line music and techno-feudalism; and their delayed production flow that keeps them moving into new musical territories.Fabulous Diamonds are the long-running duo of Nisa Venerosa and Jarr…
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Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages?Bhairavi Raman reflects on her early love for the violin, the questions that push her musical practice to new parameters, and expands on her inq…
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An earhole is an open meatus into the body, through which sonic subjectivities are digested and recomposed. Sound and vibration leak in and out from all orifices, connecting and entangling in the folds of bodies, disturbing those boundaries.Today on the podcast Archie Barry and V Barratt join Frances Barrett and Debris Facility for a conversation t…
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The dissonance of democracy; sum of an irreducibly complex combination of notes. We attune, celebrate, make difference audible, amplify disobedience, choreograph dissonance, enact alternative rituals and harmonies, open new horizons of possibility. Today on the podcast we revisit Mono-Poly-June with a Japanese ghost story told by Amy May Stuart, a …
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Del Lumanta is an artist, musician, DJ, educator and organiser living and working on Eora Country. Their expansive practice moves between genres and mediums, explored under pseudonyms and collaborative projects. Fellow DIY and experimental musician Emma Ramsay takes a deep dive into the internal and lateral workings of Del Lumanta's sonic practice …
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Zaki Manian (moderator) engages in a panel discussion on scaling using zero knowledge with Alex Gluchowski, Toghurl Maharramov, and Louis Guthman at the Modular Summit 2022. Podcast platforms Spotify Apple Google Social links Zaki Manian on twitter Alex Gluchowski on twitter Toghurl Maharramov on twitter Louis Guthman on twitter Resources Website T…
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Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine new ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions and languages?Today on the podcast Raja Kirik talks through the origins of their collaboration, the practice of bringing traditional Jaranan trance dance into…
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Tarun Chitra gives a research talk on DeFi liquidity management via optimal control, using OHM as a case study at the Modular Summit 2022. Podcast platforms Spotify Apple Google Social links Tarun Chitra on twitter Resources Website Twitter GitHub Discord BlogBy Tarun Chitra
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Can Gurel (moderator) engages in a panel discussion on optimistic scaling with Protolambda, Emily Herbert, and Josh Bowen at the Modular Summit 2022. Podcast platforms Spotify Apple Google Social links Can Gurel on twitter Protolambda on twitter Emily Herbert on twitter Josh Bowen on twitter Resources Website Twitter GitHub Discord Blog…
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Mustafa Al-Bassam and Anatoly Yakovenko engage in a discussion on the advantages and tradeoffs of monolithic and modular blockchains at the Modular Summit 2022. Moderated by Tarun Chitra. Podcast platforms Spotify Apple Google Social links Mustafa Al-Bassam on twitter Anatoly Yakovenko on twitter Tarun Chitra on twitter Resources Website Twitter Gi…
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Ismail Khoffi (moderator) engages in a panel discussion on modular design across the blockchain ecosystem with Bo Du, James Prestwich, Marko Baricevic, and Alex North at the Modular Summit 2022. Podcast platforms Spotify Apple Google Social links Ismail Khoffi on twitter Bo Du on twitter James Prestwich on twitter Marko Baricevic on twitter Alex No…
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Sean Braithwaite (moderator) engages in a panel discussion in MEV on modular blockchains with Tarun Chitra, Guillermo Angeris, and Alex Obadia at the Modular Summit 2022. Podcast platforms Spotify Apple Google Social links Sean Braithwaite on twitter Tarun Chitra on twitter Guillermo Angeris on twitter Alex Obadia on twitter Resources Website Twitt…
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Joe Coll (moderator) engages in a panel discussion on investing in the modular stack with Alexs Larsen, Will Nuelle, Eli Krenzke, and Mathijs van Esch at the Modular Summit 2022. Podcast platforms Spotify Apple Google Social links Joe Coll on twitter Alexs Larsen on twitter Will Nuelle on twitter Eli Krenzke on twitter Mathijs van Esch on twitter: …
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