Rounding out our favorite exhibits at the EMP Museum was the Icons of Science Fiction. The Horror exhibit was centered around the types of monsters and evils in the horror stories. The Fantasy exhibit was centered around the archetypical characters of the genre. The Science Fiction exhibit was organized around big questions that science fiction asks.
Walking into the exhibit you go through rays of light like you’re going through hyperspace or going to warp speed. From there, unlike the dark and horrible sounds of the Horror exhibit, or like the muted tones and forest decor of the Fantasy exhibit, it’s stark white, with bright colors, and clean. The areas are collected around books and themes, with the books shown, and quotes as well. I loved it.
Posted in Books, IRL, Science Fiction
Tagged Doctor Who, EMP, EMP Museum, Experience Music Project Museum, GLaDOS, museum, Neo, Science Fiction, Star Trek, Star Wars, The Matrix
When I watch the Matrix movies, I think about Dune. I feel it must have been a strong influence – you can really see it in Reloaded and Revolutions – and I am okay with that. I like Dune, and I like the Dune trilogy.
That is all to say that I am fascinated by the character of Trinity – who is Neo’s prophesied beloved, much like Chani is Paul’s prophesied beloved. I am fascinated by prophecy, and it will likely be an upcoming focus in some of my posts on time travel and on science fiction and religion.
But for now, what about just Trinity? Does she stand on her own as her own character, or is her whole purpose to be an object for the One to love? That’s what I want to consider about Trinity!
Posted in Character Studies, Feminism, Movies, Rant
Tagged A to Z Challenge, Chani, Dune, Kick Ass Females, Matrix Reloaded, Matrix Revolutions, Morpheus, Neo, Paul Atreides, Prophecy, The Matrix, The One, Trinity