Marisa collaborated with 9 photographers to realize the first edition of Plastic Sushi. The Calendar evolved around the plastic-problem our Oceans are facing.
Congo, the heart of Africa became the habitat for the second edition of Plastic Sushi. Together with photographer Uwe Ommer, Marisa casts a light on the disappearance of wildlife in the African Savanas and far beyond.
Inspired by questions such as: How does religion affect the relationship with our bodies? How do we live this life if we are more concerned about is the here-after? Has Religion brought humanity together or actually drove us apart? And what happened to Mother Earth during all this praying and praising? Marisa traveled to the Vatican, Turkey (more specifically, the Hagia Sophia) Jerusalem and Giza to start the dialogue.
Climate change has become visible all over the globe in the last couple of years, in an accelerating, eye-opening pace. Marisa angled her message to everyone denying the phenomenon, those who hide their faces and are not taking responsibly for our shared home.
To introduce her non-profit Earth Family, Marisa harmonized this year with 12 different animal species. We see her pray with galapagos sharks, taking a stroll with a happy boar, providing her nipple as a flower etc... This calendar is an unexpected collection of surreal harmony.