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‘Room with a View’ Exhibition

Room with a View

Room with a View (by close friend and artist, Charlie Sublet), is a photographic exhibition exploring conflicting worlds and ongoing tension, choice and doubt.

Views through windows on the top floor of the old Abbotsford Convent were recreated as transparencies on the ground floor windows lining the courtyard of the same building.

Room with a View is part of the Spiritous Grant Program.

While the physical exhibition has finished, here’s an online version, including a few extras.

Exhibition Details

Dates & Times:

May 1 – 31, 2013. Twenty-Four Hours. NB. Images change depending on time of day and perspective.


Ground-floor windows in the courtyard of the main convent building. Abbotsford Convent, 1 St Heliers St, Abbotsford, 3067, Melbourne, Australia. Directions.


Charlie Sublet is a Melbourne based artist and writer. His work has been acquired by the State Library of Victoria and he has received numerous awards, grants and residencies. Visit www.charliesublet.com for more information.


All images available for sale. Prices vary depending on output type. The original exhibition included 8 Electrostatic Prints (which cling to a surface using static electricity) and 1 Duratrans (usually used in lightbox displays but equally good on windows, etc.). Standard Type-C prints on paper also available. Please contact Charlie Sublet on 0410 757 202 or via charlie@charliesublet.com

Images and Text Copyright Charlie Sublet, 2013 and available for sale.

A view of the library from the left side facin...

State Library of Victoria, Melbourne (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Vue panoramique de la salle de lecture La Trob...

The Domed Reading Room, State Library of Victoria. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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(Photo credit: Anthony Agius; Wikipedia)


She Had to Move to Think

Maybe…..Get up and move yo body!

Dance Yo Arse Off

Dance Yo Arse Off

It worked wonders for me last night – danced my buzzingg bee-hind off to some rock-a-billy. It was good, damn good – so good in fact that I was able to ‘lose’ myself in it…to the extent that on the walk home at 2am, as I followed a tangential smell of baked goods into an all-night pizza-by-the-slice shop, a stranger leaving the shop said,

“Nice dancing.”, as she stepped out the door and back into the night.

“Thanks, it was so much fun.”, I called after her. (She must have witnessed me cuttin’ up the floor.)

Thanks to the music.

Sir Ken Robinson on exploring alternatives…

Simple and beautiful remedy…

Bye for now,

Hunter G

Images and Text Copyright Hunter G, 2013 (except Dance Yo Arse Off) and available for sale (FREE for not-for-profit activities – just include a link to this blog). All profits from sales will be re-invested in Save The Kimberley activities.