Googly Corners is a tongue in cheek reference to the role of the internet in every artist’s life today. While the internet as a realm where images are made, viewed and distributed has significantly influenced contemporary art, Ingmar is interested in the potential of the digital world to influence the production of a painting. What happens when the internet is merely a reference point for image making, rather than a canvas itself? The paintings in Googly Corners riff on clichéd effects found in images made for, and even on the internet such as gradients, patterns, and fake brush strokes. They explore the tension that arises from chance and mistakes, leaving evidence of the outdated technology that is the artist’s touch.