Dominique Angel was born in 1942 in Briançon, and he lives and works in Marseille. As was often the case at the time of the Dada artists, he is both a novelist and an artist. Each new work by Dominique Angel is named Pièce supplémentaire [Additional piece] because it is one of the fragments of an overall work that uses diverse means of expression such as sculpture, installation, video, photography and writing
Dominique Angel concealed a video creation in Pierre Gassendi’s study: Pièce supplémentaire n°23, inspired by Gassendi’s study. His residence in Digne also gave rise to his novel, Ça m’ennuirait de mourir avant la fin de ma vie [It would bother me if I die before the end of my life], co-published by the Musée Gassendi and Fage Éditions.
In 2005, Dominique Angel created Pièce supplémentaire [Additional piece], a sculpture installed in Saint-Benoît Park, Digne-les-Bains.
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