FIRST SEVEN DESIGN LABS IS AN AUTONOMOUS CREATIVE ENTITY SPECIALIZING IN
MEDIA, TECHNOLOGY AND OTHERWISE TO AMPLIFY AND DEFEND FRONTLINE COMMUNITIES OF COLOR.
Advancement of campaign goals through effective targeted actions.
Identifying and creating moments of intervention for strategic dialog.
Expected outcomes in compliance with preset requirements.
Actualized measurable campaign results of complex challenges.
REAL-TIME ADAPTION OF TRADITIONAL IDEAS, ACTIONS, AND VALUES MAKES
FIRST SEVEN DESIGN LABS A FORMIDABLE ADVERSARY TO THE STATUS QUO.
“Remy is a multidisciplinary Indigenous activist and artist of many different media from the Black Mesa region on the Navajo reservation in Arizona. By utilizing art, activism and technology, his creations are rooted in his heritage and culture addressing social, environmental and political issues. Remy’s work and installations can be seen in the streets, traveling in various exhibits around the world and secured in many of the country’s finest evidence lockers, but not before making its statement to the public pushing the important role art and media play within resistance movements.”
First Seven Design Labs in various capacities has had the humble pleasure to work in collaboration with some of the most beautiful BIPOC social and environmental movements.
ORGANIZATIONAL MOVEMENT SOLUTIONS THAT EFFECTIVELY EMPLOY
A DIVERSITY OF TACTICS TO MEET AND EXCEED CLIENT GOALS.
Consulting services, organizational development, operational planning and risk management.
Cultivate effective visual media strategies that inform and inspire target audiences to take necessary action.
End user experiences and product deliverables are flawlessly executed to exceed client expectations.
Creative content customized to frontline clients ever changing campaign challenges and goals.
Innovative, unconventional and unsanctioned campaign visuals designed to incite public engagement.
Frontline grassroots training to protect and defend Mother Earth and BIPOC communities against harm.
PROJECTS, INSTALLATIONS AND FEATURED WORKS.
ARTICLES, CASE STUDIES AND EXPERIMENTS.
Based on previous work making Lozen Shields for the Apache Stronghold in Washington D.C., I was asked by native nonprofits to create a shield to represent Indigenous People globally for
20 years ago I lived with a Palestinian family when 9/11 happened. It was at their dinner table of traditional food that laughter and sometimes tears would solidify our shared
Making their way across the country, the Apache Stronghold left the San Carlos Reservation of Arizona and headed to Washington DC to protest at the nation’s Capitol. The Apache share
The People’s Climate March of 2014 was in New York City. The month prior to this massive convergence was a Training For Trainers event given by some of the top
The previous day’s historic 400,000-person People’s Climate March showed widespread support to continue shouting at buildings at the Flood Wall Street sit-in which was happening in conjunction with United Nations
President Obama recently opened 43 million acres in the Gulf of Mexico for oil and gas drilling at a lease sale in New Orleans. As an Indigenous Movement Artist, I was given
To the racists who tried to destroy the images of Indigenous struggle while occupying stolen Tewa Land: Here’s why you can’t exterminate us, colonizer. We’re not huddled in one place,
COLLABORATION IS THE FIRST STEP TOWARDS THE COLLECTIVE LIBERATION OF OUTDATED DESIGN.
PLEASE DROP A LINE SO THAT WE MAY ALIGN.