Naked and Unashamed 

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Art shows don't usually draw the same attention as rock stars. But last year's "Disrobed" brought the long lines, stalled traffic and extra security expected at a popular concert. With "Disrobed 2: The Connection (Technology vs. Nature)," Gallery5 brings back the controversial exhibition that features visual works (like "Nuclear Venus" by Brad Birchett, pictured), installations and designs painted onto nude models. It's the kind of show that brings out the atypical gallery-goer. Last year's models were painted to resemble Greek gods and goddesses; this year's theme explores the effects of technology on society. A couple of rules: Leave your camera at home. And kids, don't come without an adult. Suggested donation for the show, June 1 at 7 p.m., is $5. 644-0005. S

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