Yet it might be said that in reading the text of ritual mob violence inscribed on the body of a young black man, Wright's own writing defies an existing code of power that circumscribes
the articulation of such horrific acts.
Disease, and the respective body of knowledge, co-exist within a social reality, a social reality that binds and circumscribes
Section 351(g)(2)(B), however, circumscribes
the application of the criteria in clauses (i) to (iii).
In its most emotionally compelling moment his partners on the ground support a staggering Jones, as he teeters along the sturdy bench, which acts as a mobile boundary of the rectangle of light that circumscribes
the dancing space.
In another box piece, also Untitled, 1999, eight decals depicting a generic boy and dog face off across a closed hallway that circumscribes
the sculpture, serving as portals to the conflicted nostalgia at the heart of the work, while a blank, open-ended hallway bisecting the box's interior conveys a faint, disjunctive loneliness.