On the surface, the phrase "hold me accountable, hold me" suggests the importance of taking responsibility for one's actions and willing to accept criticism when necessary. It conveys a sense of ownership and commitment to one's decisions.
However, the phrase also acknowledges the humanity of the person being held accountable. By adding the phrase "hold me" to the end, one is also asking for emotional support and understanding, recognizing that sometimes people just want compassion and comfort.
The repetition of "hold me" serves as a rhetorical device that emphasizes both the call to accountability and the desire for comfort.
This piece is about the complexity of living in the space between accountability and compassion.
5.8 x 8.4 x 1 inches
Comes with US plug and custom cable
Gabrielle Benak is a mixed-media artist from New York. Primarily a watercolor painter, she never limits her works to one medium. Themes of documentation, adornment, maximalism, and preservation are just some of the roots of her work. The combination of autobiography and false reality results in elaborate imagery.
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