BOERUM HILL The ever-controversial Robert Moses may have been inspirational in terms of urban planning, for better or for worse, but it’s unexpected that the practical planner could become the muse for a gallery show. Yesterday Greenpoint artist Gabriela Salazar opened her new show, Robert Moses, He Knows Us, in the apartment-gallery flatbreadaffair. The site-specific installation combines inspiration from the city landscape like traffic cones and signs with interior design. Tonight, chef Leah Rinaldi will be cooking a seven-course dinner inspired by the art for $125, including wine. To make sure that you’ll be able to get into the small space, RSVP for the dinner online.