In 2012, Jitish Kallat was invited by the Advisory Council of Public Art, Lower Austria to conceive of a large scale public art work to be installed in their public spaces. This commission is the result of collaborative action by the mayors of 10 townships and the Advisory Council constituted by experts of the art world.
Rendered in a "traffic blue" shade and layered with information set in the font TERN ("Trans European Road Network"), Here After Here After Here (2012–15) could appear like a mammoth loop of infinitely stretched traffic signage. Kallat draws together a confluence of myriad references to arrive at this compelling form, amongst them the mythic symbol of ouroboros, ancient eternal knots, alchemical diagrams, and sacred geometry. Here After Here After Here is six meters in height and spans 17 meters across, and was unveiled on October 11, 2015 at the Stockerau roundabout, about 20km north of Vienna, a nodal point on the expressway connecting several towns.