Slidesss is an exhibition at the Lieu Commun in Toulouse. A slide is everything that is gliding as a result it can’t be very precise at the end of it’s trajectory. You have slide guitars, and of the best slide guitar players is the great Elmore James, you have skateboardslides and now you have slidesss in Art. Jean-Marie Blanchet and Sébastien Vonier show us their slides on the second floor of the old shirt factory. To say it in one word the essence of the exhibition is its laziness! A sort of cool efficiency which doesn’t want to be more than what it is. So the space is ruled by the padpictures of Jean-Marie Blanchet, his similis and the steelgrids and concrete-surfaces which are lying, Caspar David Friedrich like, in the middle of the room. This room had been waiting for centuries to give birth to this exhibition!