The company of Grupo Secuoya offers a wide range of equipment in the over 1,200 square meters dedicated to the figure of the great flamenco artist
BGL, a company specialized in audiovisual engineering owned by Grupo Secuoya, has been able to capture the history and feelings of Camarón de la Isla through audiovisual technology in the museum dedicated to the legendary flamenco artist, which will soon reopen its doors to the public. The integration of audiovisual equipment and decorative lighting of the exhibition dedicated to the flamenco myth, located in the city of San Fernando (Cadiz), has been carried out by this company with more than 50 years of experience and with presence in some of the most important galleries in the world.
Video projection, monitors, interactive projectors, sound equipment (loudspeakers) and lighting (spotlights, strategic lighting…) are some of the infrastructures carried out in the more than 1,200 square meters dedicated to review the origins and life of the legendary flamenco singer José Monje Cruz.
The incorporation of tactile monitors to the exhibition has as its main objective to bring the artist’s story even closer and involve the visitor deeply in the life of this unique artist. It is a very special gallery that allows interactivity and promotes a gamified experience with the inclusion of an area where visitors can take pictures, listen to the most famous discography and unreleased songs of the artist.