Devin Jernigan

Devin's DreamsCache


a website to cache dream works




Have you ever had a dream that you were so sure was real?
What if you were unable to wake from that dream?
How would you know the difference between the dream-world and the real-world?

Morpheus in The Matrix (1999)

Some realities are alternate endings worth discovering
Manley's and Evans' In the Realms of the Unreal (2004) about Henry Darger


Devin's DreamsCache is a conceptual framework that dislocates the practical from the theoretical by encouraging hyper-inter-active development of creative acts continuing to creatively evolve (like going from Saiyan to Super Saiyan). This DreamsCache is a theoretical system that has many levels working together on many modes of character and fascination for visioning the built world - an architecture, à la demoiselle, of the night. This DreamsCache is meant for intentionally constructing latent fascinations of architecture that challenge the imperceptible and renounced biases in the representation of our world. It must be known that this project is a deeply personal effort to understand and appropriate dreams when they flash-not when they are demanded; to submerge my work in humanity's existential dichotomy.

Dreams are a historically marginalized method of making work. Most creators are charismatic and naive as they attempt to make a suitor's wildest dreams come true. Rarely is it a fruitful passion; the viewer/user is left with egg on their face.

Cache is both computer memory and a secret stash. The computer, a powerful tool, uses the cache to store high-speed static data and cheap dynamic data, making future development more efficient. The discretionary person stores secrets in a cache to substantiate their authority and skill.

Lived online form 2011 - 2018