Alcide Breaux (b. New Orleans) 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 the fluid systems of biopolitical power that flow through and between private corporations, government agencies, and corporeal forms.

In 2022, they co-initiated the disability justice research program Crip The Curriculum at the Sandberg Instituut (NL). They have been nominated for and awarded artist residences by the Joan Mitchell Foundation, The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and Franconia Sculpture Park.

Breaux has exhibited with WH22, documenta fifteen, Kassel (DE), CICA Museum, Gimpo (SK), Gallery Lock In, Brighton (UK), The Grey Space in the Middle, Den Haag (NL), NAVEL, Los Angeles (US), The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia (US), Sullivan Galleries, Chicago (US), and Carroll Gallery of Tulane University, New Orleans (US).