BGL Audiovisual undertakes the audiovisual integration for temporary exhibitions at the National Museum of Qatar

The Secuoya Content Group subsidiary, in collaboration with exhibition design specialists Empty, participates in two new displays focused on Oceanian art and cafe culture in Qatar and Indonesia 

BGL Audiovisual, a subsidiary company of Secuoya Content Group, undertakes the audiovisual integration of the two latest temporary exhibitions at the National Museum of Qatar: ‘The Shape of Life’ and ‘Growing Kopi, Drinking Qahwa’, working alongside Empty, the renowned specialists in museum exhibition design and development.

‘The Shape of Life’ is centred around the Oceanian art collection belonging to New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art. The exhibition showcases the exuberant and diverse culture of Oceania, through over 110 invaluable works of art from the last four centuries. The works reflect the region’s rich history of creative expression and innovation. This exclusive visit to the Qatari capital will mark the first time in half a century that the collection has left New York, and BGL Audiovisuales was chosen to take charge of its installation.

The second exhibition, ‘Growing Kopi, Drinking Qahwa’, explores the coffee-drinking traditions of Qatar and Indonesia through an immersive experience that forms part of the cultural offering of ‘Qatar-Indonesia 2023 Year of Culture.’ The exhibition brings both cultures to life by way of interactive, unique and immersive exhibitions.

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