B. J. Nilsen

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B. J. Nilsen.

Benny Jonas Nilsen (born 1975), alias BJ Nilsen, BJNilsen, and Hazard, is a Swedish sound artist who lives and works in Berlin.

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BJ Nilsen is a Swedish composer and sound artist based in Berlin and London. His work is primarily focused on the sound of nature and its effects on humans. His two latest solo albums released by Touch, Eye Of The Microphone (2013) - a personal audio rendition based on the sound of London - and The Invisible City (2010), have explored the urban acoustic realm. He has collaborated with Chris Watson on Storm and Wind, released by Touch (2006, 2001). His original scores and soundtracks have featured in theatre, dance, and film, including Microtopia and Test Site (2013, 2010, dir. Jesper Wachtmeister), Enter the Void (2010, dir. Gaspar Noé), and, in collaboration with Jóhann Jóhannsson, I am here (2014, dir. Anders Morgenthaler). Co Editor of the publication The Acoustic City (Jovis 2014) together with Matthew Gandy and Sandra Jasper.

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Partial discography:

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