The Disability Justice & Crip Culture Collaboratory is a research lab at Carleton University, located on the unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabeg. The DJCCC brings together disabled scholars, artists, designers, activists, and community members working at the convergence of crip and disability art and culture, politics, technoscience and design, accessibility, and justice. We experiment with crip world building and different forms of collaboration, mentorship, and support, informed by disability justice principles such as solidarity, collective access, and interdependence, and aim to practice good relations within and beyond the university.