What Remains of the Future - Siberia

In 2010 the 2,165 km long Federal Highway Amur was mainly paved as the last part of the transcontinental through route from St. Petersburg to Vladivostok. Life along the Highway Amur M 58 still remains very quiet and simple. Though this road has brought new opportunities to people and plays a significant role in the development of the Amur Region, South-East Siberia and Russia as a whole.

In July 2013 I drove from Chita to Khabarovsk to document people and their economical, social, and personal structures in villages along the new industrial pathway.