Mappings, A Mask of Insecurity installation is a multidimensional installation is sections of vinyl that artist Jason Willaford has hand-cut and stitched together. Reminiscent of a topographical map, Willaford uses the construction as an avenue to chart his place in the world and amongst society. Growing up hunting, the artist spent many dark mornings walking and sitting in the woods in camouflaged clothing, observing the color of the landscape change as the morning hours passed. The camouflaged clothing concealed Willaford's true form and intent as a hunter while his pray relied on its natural surroundings. Through a complex web of vinyl that references camouflage netting, the artist draws a connection to contemporary culture's media-saturated existence in which perceptions of our peers and surroundings can be skewed. Using discarded vinyl billboards, Willaford strips the material from its original content, modifying it with spray paint and acrylic to repurpose its intent. Constructed compartmentally, Mappings can be deconstructed and rearranged and its form can continuously evolve. The cut outs are then used to create the works in Camouflage, Masks of insecurity.