Grounded in the politics of feminist research around debilitating female stereotypes, "Objectification" critiques cultural value of women. This work exposes the female struggle within the ideals of domesticity and femininity. By using traditional female-language within a traditional female-discipline, the self-reflexive installation presents exaggerated kitchen utensils in function-less, soft forms. Combining the disciplines of textile construction and sculpture, this work seeks to expose the corruption of damaging binaries through the stealth of a Pop Punk aesthetic. The installation objectifies objects. By presenting the object's existential insecurity, "Objectification" presents an alternate lens through which to view cultural stereotypes and sexism.