Confinement is a self-initiated photography book featuring works by Oliver Chanarin, Adam Broomberg, Hans Neleman, and Nan Golden including a selection of works that embody various forms of confinement—psychiatric hospital, prostitution, prison, and sexual dependency.

The cover is wrapped in canvas like a straight jacket. Each page yellowed with the same moldy background highlighting the redundancy of ones confinement as though staring at the same wall day after day after day.

Descriptive text is bound in black, and folio numbers and titles highlight the dark nature of the selected forms of confinement, as though one is marking the walls in which they are bound, keeping count of the increasing days with hopes that they would one day encounter a release from their personal form of confinement.