Nae Morita (JP) is a cultural producer, working with music and scientific visualizations.
Nae Morita is a producer for planetarium programs and music events inspired by cutting-edge science. She is the recipient of a Japanese Government Overseas Study Programme for Artists, and worked at V2_ as Project Manager Assistant for the Palm Top Theater project.
Nae studied human sciences (B.A., 1999. Arts in human relations.) at Keio University, Japan. She started working as director for TV programs such as Digital Stadium and Top Runner on NHK. In this capacity, as TV director, she was able to research at the interstice of art and technology. She visited DEAF03 as one of the members of the Globe Jungle Project, a work by Yasuhiro Suzuki.
Since 2004, she has worked for the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation a.k.a. Miraikan in Tokyo. There she planned and produced the special planetarium program MEGASTAR-2 cosmos - considered the "most advanced planetarium in the world" by the Guinness World Records.
Nae produced five original programs for the planetarium: A New View (2004), Colors of the Dark (2005), A Planet by Chance (2007), BIRTHDAY (2009), and Tender is the Night (2010). She also organized several music events, such as 4%_special premium live by rei harakami (2005), Circular tones, Sounds of spirals (2006), The World of Johann Johannsson with Fujiko Nakaya (2007), Our World, Other Worlds (2008), and BIRTHDAY_special live at Dorm Theater GAIA by Inner Science (2009).
[BIRTHDAY] 3D planetarium by Atmos system.
[Tender is the Night] planetarium by Shuntaro Tanikawa (poet)
Nae Morita was Project Manager Assistant at V2_ for the PalmTopTheater project from September 2010 to August 2011.Nae Morita