On May 1, 2015, Pulitzer Arts Foundation in St. Louis re-opened after a yearlong expansion project. The building, designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando, was renovated to add 3,700 square feet of public space within its existing footprint. To inaugurate the new galleries, the Pulitzer ran a five-month program called Press Play encouraged visitors to engage with the architecture and surrounding artwork. The Pulitzer invited dosa to collaborate in creating unique spaces within the building where people could sit, lay, interact, contemplate. dosa made unique stone pillows in collaboration with Adiv in which large pieces of canvas were hand-dyed with pomogranate peel and tea powder to create rock-like forms and textures