Melvin Moti at IFFR
Melvin MOTI (1977, Netherlands) is a Rotterdam-based photographer and video artist. Motei studied Visual Arts in Tilburg and worked at De Ateliers in Amsterdam. In 2006 he was awarded the Charlotte Köhler prize, and in 2007 the J.C. van Lanschot prize. Moti's work has been exhibited around the world, including in Berlin, Tokyo, Boston and Brussels. In the Netherlands, his work has been shown at museums such as the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and Witte de With in Rotterdam. In 2015, he won the ABN AMRO Art Award. Dreamlife (2020) is his first feature film.
The Black Room (2005, short), E.S.P. (2007, short), The Prisoner's Cinema (2008, short), Eigengrau (2011, short), Eigenlicht (2012, short), Cosmism (2015, short), Dreamlife (2020)