The name Resiliens derives from latin verb resilio "to bounce" and it means resilience, a concept that, nowadays, is really exploited in many contexts. In Resiliens the concept of resilience is represented by a subject that, when influenced, gets enriched without permitting his identity to get affected from it. Therefore, Resiliens accepts and researches the influence of modernity on its artistic production and it recognizes the extraordinary potential offered by contemporary means and suggestions; however, Resiliens does not allow these influences and suggestions to lead the creative process.
Federico (1987), is an electronic musician. His career stated attending a course on electronic music at Conservatorio Santa Cecilia of Roma. Since that, Federico has been releasing on international music labels till he succeeded in founding his own independent label, Resiliens. In July, 2014 he debuted with his first work of applied original music to a dance show, Garbage Girls.
Lorenzo (1991), is both a classic and electronic musician. He studies classic composition at the Conservatorio Santa Cecilia of Rome and has started composing original music five yeas ago, debuting with a track for a tv spot of a well-known coffee company. Lorenzo gets commissions by theatre and dance companies. His last commission was in 2014 together with Federico for the original music of a dance show.
Max (1989), is an expert of visual communication and a visual artist and deals with it in Resiliens. He is an Architect and is also a photographer, specialized in architectural and landscape photography.
A pictures itinerary of Stefano Cocciolo e Walter Maiorano.
They met as students and begin a project of research and growth together with Resiliens.
Walter studied Architecture and he is in love with music and water, music and hush. He has always worked in publishing.
Stefano is a Dj and a Producer of Electronic Music, in love with useless.
Francesco Iezzi (1986), was born in Chieti, Italy. He works as a lecturer in history of cinema at the “La Sapienza” University of Rome and he is involved in Cinema and Visual Art in general. He was on the editorial staff of some magazines and worked as a Cinema critic for the “Empire Italia” magazine. He wrote several essays in Cinema, in Visual Art and the book “Cine U.S.A e Canada (Lithos Editore, 2013)”. Nowadays he works as a visual artist in the collective “Vjit” where he collaborated with the most important international electronic musicians like Fennesz, Minilogue, Dasha Rush, etc.
Eleonora (1991), is a web and graphic designer. After got graduated in Fashion Science, she has been professionalizing in web design and graphics. In Resiliens Eleonora deals with communication and graphics.
Samar (1989), has got a degree in economics and started working in the cultural field almost three years ago in the US, moving then to Rome. In Resiliens she deals with economics and management.
Federico (1988), is specialized and keen on public communication. He deals with public relations and business development.