"Indigenous artist Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun teamed up with Paisley Smith for this fun, weird, and totally gorgeous 3D rendered experience. The experience pits a destructive "super predator" versus the environment. But the star of the show is the colorful "ovoidism" design that evokes indigenous Pacific art."
Articles, Interviews, and Podcasts:
Forbes: The Top 50 VR Games of 2019
Emily Carr News: Virtual Reality Artwork Immerses Participants in Climate Crisis
Film Independent: Balancing Social Justice and Immersive Entertainment
Voices of VR with Kent Bye: Interview with Paisley Smith and Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun
NY Game Critic: The Five Most Important VR Experiences from Tribeca Immersive
POV Magazine: Digital Trailblazers: The NFB and Interactivity
Voices of VR with Kent Bye: Interview with Paisley Smith "#713: Moving Through Grief of Suicide through a Spatial Story in VR with “Homestay”"
The Georgia Straight: "Homestay" VR film explores what it means to be an international student in Canada
IDFA Forum Magazine: "Stipping Back Reality"
the independent: 10 Filmmakers to Watch in 2016
Immerse: Field Notes: Robot Remix XR (July 26 2019)