Dennis Ashbaugh is an internationally acclaimed American painter, who is most recognizable for his DNA pattern paintings. After completing his Bachelor of Arts and Master’s Degree from the University of California, Ashbaugh moved to New York, where he has since been largely based since. Throughout his long career in painting he has explored an array of contemporary themes having to do with technology and science such as cloning and computer viruses. In collaboration with author William Gibson, Ashbaugh first exhibited his work at The Kitchen with a one-time performance known as “The Transmission” as part of the seminal multi-media work Agrippa (book of the dead) in 1992. For more information, please visit: