The company BGL (Grupo Secuoya), a leading supplier of audiovisual technology, is once again a key partner of the cultural world. The company will supply equipment to two emblematic museums in Cordoba: the El Cordobes Museum in Palma del Rio, and the Sala de la Guitarra (Guitar Room) at the Flamenco Centre Fosforito, both of which have been designed by museographer Israel Sousa.
Grupo Secuoya’s company has once again demonstrated that it’s up to the task involved in the difficult fusion of art and technology at Cordoba’s Flamenco Centre Fosforito, where it is providing audiovisual technology for the Guitar Room. This new exhibition space is dedicated to the history of the flamenco guitar. BGL has installed a hologram depicting a luthier making string instruments in his workshop, thus paying tribute to the painstaking craftsmanship of flamenco guitar luthiers. Cordoba can boast a long list of international prestigious professionals in this art form.
Similarly, BGL is in charge of supplying audiovisual technology to the El Cordobes Museum in Palma del Rio (Cordoba), which was inaugurated by the bullfighter himself during a ceremony on the March 28th 2015. The two-storey museum-house, which is located in his home village, is dedicated to the bullfighter Manuel Benitez and the world of bullfighting and includes a library, a screening room, an exhibition room and a space for gatherings. “The intention behind this space is to break the mold – just as the bullfighter El Cordobes did- and to create an innovative centre with new technologies, thus breaking away from the usual classicism of this type of museum”, explains the designer.
BGL has a wide range of proven experience in the museum field, and is a reference point for the world’s most important cultural centres. The company’s projects in Qatar, Oman, Russia and Nigeria over the last year are worth highlighting, as well as the projects carried out in different Spanish cities (Granada, Barcelona, Toledo, Basque Country, Cordoba and many more).