Statistics of Hope, a collaborative exhibition by Ghost of a Dream and Jennifer Dalton, explores chance, risk, hope, and truth through an interactive installation inviting viewers to explore the extent to which the odds of health, love and success are in their favor.

Please join us on the last hour of the last day of the exhibition as three fascinating speakers contextualize and broaden the major themes of the exhibition with brief presentations. And if you haven't seen the show, Sunday May 13th is your last chance!

Perspectives on Risk, Chance and Hope (LAST CHANCE)
Sunday, May 13th, 5pm
601Artspace, 88 Eldridge Street, NYC

Decision analysis software developer Chris Dalton will give a demonstration on probabilities and how to best approach decision-making when the important variables are uncertain (aka all the time).

Art dealer and art fair founder Edward Winkleman will discuss the risks to an artist's hard-earned market, looking at it from both the artists’ and their galleries’ perspectives.

Artist and activist Sarah Sandman views hope as a catalyst for her work in which she creates and facilitates direct art actions. She will tell the story of Brick x Brick, a nationwide performance art project in response to misogyny and Donald Trump’s presidential nomination and later election. What started as a personal art project quickly grew into a grassroots movement and continues building moment today.

“Hope just means another world might be possible, not promised, not guaranteed. Hope calls for action; action is impossible without hope.” Rebecca Solnit, Hope in the Dark (Via Sarah Sandman)

Presenter bios:

Chris Dalton* is co-founder of Syncopation Software (,) and the publisher of the DPL and DPMX decision support software products. He has over 20 years of experience consulting in decision analysis, risk analysis, real option valuation and scenario planning. His focus is on engagements, creating decision systems and processes that leverage management science and technology to improve decision quality on an ongoing basis. He and a colleague were awarded the Decision Analysis Practice Award by the Informs Decision Analysis Society in 2009.

Edward Winkleman is a New York-based art dealer, former gallerist, co-founder of the Moving Image Art Fair, and author of the books "How to Start and Run a Commercial Art Gallery" and "Selling Contemporary Art: How to Navigate the Evolving Market."

Sarah Sandman is a Brooklyn-based artist and designer creating experiences that amplify messages of social change. She is the founder and co-director of Brick x Brick, an art performance project that builds human walls against Trump and misogyny. Sandman is a 2017 Senior TED Fellow and holds an MFA in Graphic Design from the Rhode Island School of Design. She is also the co-founder of Public Displays of Affection (PDA), a collective of artists, designers, educators and organizers creating and facilitating nonviolent direct art actions.

Sandman’s other work includes the Gift Cycle, in which she helped neighboring U.S. communities exchange gifts of art during a cross country cycling journey. Sandman created and facilitated Hostos Hands Up, a collaboration between Hostos Community College's Black Studies program and Media Design program to design protest signs for the NYC Millions March. Their work was displayed at Smack Mellon's Respond exhibit and is currently on display at the Museum of the City of New York. insta @pdacollective

*Chris Dalton is Jennifer Dalton's brother, all the way from Bangor, Maine!

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