Integrated Visions is a collaborative artist team made up of artists Michelle Penland Dodson and Bryan Dodson. Integrated Visions combines a fine art training and sensibility with a ground up understanding of cutting edge technology to create immersive installations, artworks and public art. Work by Integrated Visions has been shown in major art museums around the world including MoMA (NYC), Akron Art Museum (Ohio), Crocker Art Museum (Sacramento), Virginia MoCA (Virginia Beach), Kajaani Art Museum (Finland), Kunsthalle Museum of Contemporary Art (Detroit), Kerava Art Museum (Finland), Avesta Museum (Sweden) and the Guggenheim (NYC).
Since its founding, Integrated Visions has helped create dynamic art installations for elite brands such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Google, Tumblr, Dom Perignon, Tiffany & Co., Lionsgate Films, and Lycra. Integrated Visions was one of the first artist teams in the United States to execute a large-scale architecturally projection mapped show and has since become recognized as a leader in the field including being the first artist group credited with projection mapping in a major motion picture for their work in “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”. Integrated Visions is especially proud of their newest public art work, a permanent 90’ tall digital mural in downtown Toledo Ohio called Mindblown Toledo.
“Art throws off the covers that hide the expressiveness of experienced things; it quickens us from the slackness of routine and enables us to forget ourselves by finding ourselves in the delight of experiencing the world about us in it’s varied qualities and forms. It intercepts every shade of expressiveness found in objects and orders them in a new experience of life.” – John Dewey