Large infrastructure projects have contributed to the opening of Siberia during the 20th century. But since the collapse of the USSR, there has been a shortage of doctors in the hinterland, where many residents can not benefit from regular access to specialized care. Emile is interested in St. Lukas, one of five government-funded medical trains, to reach remote Russian cities. Equipped with a laboratory for blood tests, ultrasound, brain imaging (EEG) and electrocardiography (ECG), the Saint Lukas travels through Russia for several months. On board, seventeen doctors and their assistants diagnose and prescribe.
Emile Ducke was born in Germany in 1994, he lives and works in Moscow.
Circulation(s) – Emile Ducke: Diagnosis
April 20 – June 30
5 Rue Curial