Alcide Breaux (b. New Orleans, lives and works in Amsterdam) is an interdisciplinary artist and bioethicist working across video, sound, sculpture, performance, and scientific research. They create work reflecting on inhabiting a pathologized body, and negotiating fluid systems of power that flow through and between governments agencies, private corporations, and themself. Breaux has been nominated for and awarded artist residences by the Joan Mitchell Foundation, The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Franconia Sculpture Park, and The Banana Mountain School. They have exhibited at WH22 documenta fifteen in Kassel, De, Gallery Lock In in Brighton, UK, NAVEL in Los Angeles, US, OT301 in Amsterdam, NL, The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia, US, Sullivan Galleries in Chicago, US, Carroll Gallery in New Orleans, US, and the CICA Museum in Gimpo, SK.
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