confine


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Confine Paintant is almost like a crime scene, a forensic investigation.
The Federal Bureau of Prisons reacted by converting Marion into a disciplinary institution to confine inmates considered escape risks or especially dangerous.
In Slonem's recent paintings, birds - symbols of the human soul - point to the need to create a space for the spiritual and to the increasingly narrow confines that it inhabits.
They're like little test tubes in which we can peform reactions or confine the growth of a material placed inside it sort of like a cast or mold," says Ghadiri.