simularr’s Nayarí Castillo has been invited to take part in the Techno-disobedience week work session in Graz (23–27 October 2023), co-organised by Constant Brussels and esc medien kunst labor Graz. The workshop focused on collective processes, technological environments, and projects that contest capitalist forms of art production. This environment allowed Castillo to present and discuss different findings of simularr, mostly on collaborative practices and forms of disobedience. Castillo provided input from simularr with a specialised workshop on walking as a method for research. For this occasion, she presented question walks as a research method and discussed possibilities for implementation with the workshop participants.