When it comes to software I’m mainly interested in two domains:
I’m developing a tool set to increase understanding of digital data sets and continuing the research I started during my thesis.
Currently, I am looking into several datasets:
The aim is to store data after it is parsed, cleaned and organized to be can be used for visualization and explanation of publicly accessible data published by NGO’s, thereby giving a large audience insight in the strengths and weaknesses of state-of-the-art fact-based ideas.
I’ve been studying everything from autonomous art, music, computational composition etc. since my thesis, which researched abstract visual art based on grammars. Over the years, I have compiled an extensive reference list on all related topics.
My software repositories are hosted at github.com/michielkauwatjoe/.