Director: Liz Ferrer, Bow Ty
Film: Set in a post-climate change Miami where half of the city is underwater, people ride jet skis to work and everyone has an addiction to leche.
Bio: Liz’s and Bow’s work has been featured at MOCA Miami, ICA Miami, The Bass Museum, Young at Art Museum, David Castillo Gallery, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Mana Contemporary, Squeaky Wheel, Borscht Film Festival, The Miami Herald, Cunsthaus, Cincinnati Art Museum, The Koubek Center, Davey Fest, Museum of Modern Art Santo Domingo, Index Performance Art Festival Santo Domingo, Albright Knox Center Buffalo, Burchfield Penney Art Center, and The Art Institute of Chicago.
Liz and Bow are recipients of a Creative Capital Wild Futures Award, Knights Art Challenge Award from the Knight Foundation, Franklin Furnace Award, Locust Projects WaveMaker, Oolite Arts Ellies Award 2019 and 2022, LMCC Creative Engagement, and Borscht Festival No Bro Zone Short Film Commission.
Liz and Bow have attended Collar Works Elizabeth Murray Residency, Atlantic Center for the Arts, Knight Sundance Short Film Miami Intensive, Caldera Arts Residency, Squeaky Wheel, Mana Contemporary Studio Residency, En Residencia, Tempus Projects, ACRE, La Sierra de Santa Marta Residency in Colombia, and Cannonball.