The 14 Stations of the Kitchen uses the language of culinary tasks as markers punctuating the physical space of the gallery. In this piece, I transform the buttons of a blender to give them the material qualities and the permanence of commemorative plates. Distributed in a regular path on the wall, the engraved verbs acquire a weight and the attribute of sacred words. As in the Catholic iconography, the 14 Stations symbolize the idea of sacrifice, redemption and rebirth. They elevate daily nurturing chores into a ritual inexorably linked to preservation, alteration or destruction. Outside the inner sanctum of the kitchen, these words address the viewer directly, and this displacement gives them a new authority. Verbs like "MIX" "BLEND" or "LIQUIFY" become associated with the pressure of assimilation or homogenization in the face of displacement.