Slavs and Tatars: Lektor

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Photo: Tom NolanSlavs and Tatars, Lektor (installation view), courtesy of the artist and Collective, Edinburgh
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Photo: Tom NolanSlavs and Tatars, Lektor (installation view), courtesy of the artist and Collective, Edinburgh
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Tom NolanSlavs and Tatars, Lektor (installation view), courtesy of the artist and Collective, Edinburgh
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Tom NolanSlavs and Tatars, Lektor (installation view), courtesy of the artist and Collective, Edinburgh
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Tom NolanSlavs and Tatars, Lektor (installation view), courtesy of the artist and Collective, Edinburgh
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Tom NolanSlavs and Tatars, Lektor (installation view), courtesy of the artist and Collective, Edinburgh
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Tom NolanSlavs and Tatars, Lektor (installation view), courtesy of the artist and Collective, Edinburgh
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Tom NolanSlavs and Tatars, Lektor (installation view), courtesy of the artist and Collective, Edinburgh

Artist collective Slavs and Tatars present an audio installation in Collective’s old observatory space atop Calton Hill, exploring the similarities between ‘Mirrors for Princes’ – a sort of medieval how-to guide for future rulers – and modern self-help texts.

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