Press Play is a five-month program that invigorated the experience of Tadao Ando’s architecture and the works of Alexander Calder, Richard Tuttle, and Fred Sandback through sound, activating every nook, corner, and expanse of the space. The series offered unexpected ways to engage with the building and invited active listening and participation through performances and interactive events, developed in collaboration with partners from St. Louis and across the U.S.
For Press Play, Dosa founder and designer Christina Kim collaborated with the Pulitzer to create a collection of cushions inspired by Tadao Ando’s architecture and the artwork on view. Modular and accessible for visitors to move throughout the building, these cushions provided space for experiencing and enjoying programs, as well as viewing the exhibitions and artwork from a new perspective. Known for their use of traditional methods and materials, Dosa is a line of clothing, accessories, and housewares that draws inspiration from the textiles of cultures throughout the world.