Map-making is the study and practice of crafting representations of the earth on a flat surface. With GeoCircle, Ianis invites you to stand in the center of a City Circle map, crafted for the use of designers. To understand a situation, professionals tend to deform and reduce a complex matter. Information is carefully selected during the design process, in order to address certain issues or research. The subject might lose its qualities because of this. Scientists have developed mapping methods that are objective and repeatable. They want to prevent human errors. But how can the value of the subjective information be measured? This map-making overview aims to give the audience the tools to disclose any abusing process. They can disrupt the boundaries delineation they served. GeoCircle could become a place of cooperative understanding.