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Photo of Kayleigha Zawacki (CFA’14,MFA’21) stands in the middle of her installation "Panthera tigris,” a 360 degree immersive mixed media experience on view at the Joan and Edgar Booth Theatre. Zawacki crosses her arms across her chest, and wears a crimson sweater. Around her are swirling lights and a neon figure of a tiger.
August 26, 2021
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Panthera tigris

In the 360-degree immersive mixed media experience Panthera tigris, on view at BU’s Joan and Edgar Booth Theatre September 3 and 4 and 7 and 8, MFA lighting design candidate Kayleigha Zawacki (CFA’14,’22) (pictured) explores themes of sustainability and wildlife conservation using lighting, sound, scenery, and projected animation. Combining these, she’s created a one-of-a-kind interaction with one of Earth’s most regal, and endangered, species—the tiger. Showings, which are every 30 minutes, are free, but tickets are required; open to BU community members only. Learn more at Photo by Cydney Scott