smARTpower artist Pepón Osorio created Resting Stops: An Alternative Pilgrimage in two phases, three weeks in January and then three weeks in March, 2012. Osorio was hosted by Kathmandu Contemporary Arts Centre (KCAC), which endeavors “to make Nepali art a part of a wider canvas connecting with global art… [and] to generate public interest in art as part of identity and heritage.” Osorio created vessels, called “tiffins,” with the help of local artists and master craftspeople. The term “tiffin” originated in British India and now refers not only to the meal, but also to the boxes traditionally used by workers to carry their meals outside the home. Osorio designed each tiffin to be a self contained portable art installation that would travel in a ceremonial pilgrimage around the Kathmandu Valley in Nepal. Hosted by a different family each week, the project generated conversations about art, family and community. The artist collaborated closely with a team of eight local art students, encouraging them to extend the project into their communities, thus broadening its reach.