1979, 4:17 min, color, sound

In Accident, Wegman intercuts the narratives of three people who witnessed the same accident. Nonlinear and non-chronological, their different versions of the same incident underscore the subjectivity of observation and the disparity between visual and verbal information. Rearranging and juxtaposing their stories, Wegman reconstructs the randomness of memory.

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1976-79, 15 min, color, sound