800 words (not including references) For this essay paper, you are asked to reflect on the map produced for Exercise 2. What tools, techniques, or signs were used? What is represented, or what does the map claim to represent? In addition to describing the process behind your visual work, your essay should compare your visual map to the everyday use of maps. You are encouraged to draw from your personal experience and observations in this paper. Reflect on how individuals use maps day-to-day: what examples can you find in your own use or that of peers (e.g. through rideshare apps, Google Maps, etc.)? Your paper should extend your observations to comment on cultural processes, i.e. processes that are day-to-day, part of a way of life, or easily taken for granted. While you do not have to outline specific programs or situations, please be as specific as possible concerning how this everyday use of maps compares to your visual work for Exercise 2. For this paper, use at least one concept examined in the course (in assigned readings or class lectures). Here are suggested concepts from the class lectures or readings: situated knowledge; God-trick; the map as argument. Of course, you can disagree with the formulation of concepts addressed in the course. You should at least consider each concept critically, i.e. assessing how it is and isn’t a relevant framework to analyze your examples. You should address at least one course reading to develop your arguments and your paper should include at least two scholarly references. Please use in-line citations following the MLA citation format. Course notes / PDFs / videos do not constitute a scholarly reference! please make a map of Vancouver!!