In one of Justin John Greene's “Fashion Drawings,” a figure in tight, pink leggings, a flowing gray coat and flowered hat has the hairy face of a monster. In another, a woman in short orange shorts and an even more orange sweater has a bat on her head. Both of these are in the Control Room show Greene curated, called “The Oldest of Rainbows.” So are 3-D paper women by Bari Ziperstein, with decorative fence rails running down their bodies, and a grainy film by Spencer Douglass in which a crumbling high-rise stands in for Marilyn Monroe. 2006 E. Seventh St., dwntwn.,

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