Ludvig Perés (b. Sweden) lives and works in Chicago and is a photo-based artist whose work moves between the border of traditional print media and sculpture. He utilizes a sociological approach to comment on technology in our society and how its rapid evolvement has affected us and our behaviors. His work has been featured in the exhibition Fotografiska Talent 2018 at the Swedish Museum of Photography (Fotografiska) in Stockholm. Perés’ first solo exhibit Klärobskyr was held at the Swedish American Museum in Chicago in 2019. That same year he was invited to attend the prestigious Eddie Adams Workshop XXXII. For the past two years Ludvig has worked with CPS Lives, where he has documented the hardships brought by the Covid-19 pandemic at Chicago public schools, a project for which he was awarded the IAP grant by the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events in 2022.