BABE-23 Interview with Nelly Miriam Ramírez Ballón

Document date: 07 November 2014

Identity Statement

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Extent and Medium

1 genealogy; 126 photographs.

Reference Archivists

Hernández Nova, Leslie Nancy; Musa, Samir

Content and Structure


Location of the interview: Italy - Turin - The interviewer's home in Turin (Via San Massimo, n. 53).
Provenance of the intervieew: Peru - Ica
Name of the interviewer: Hernández Nova, Leslie Nancy

Nelly Miriam Ramírez Ballón, emigrated to Turin where she completed her studies at the Academy of Fine Arts. She made use of her Spanish paternal great-grandmother's art in order to narrate her experience of migration to Italy, including an engraving from the archaeological site of Machu Picchu.The production of the witness correspondes as following: 1 family genealogy; 1 individual photography-based project (66 digital photographs taken inside the Academy of Fine Arts of Turin; 60 digital photographs taken outside the Academy of Fine Arts).

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Allied Materials


Archivist Notes

While carrying out the family genealogy, the artist was asked to describe her connection to her Spanish great-grandmother although it is not included in the final product. See the documentary entitled "I can't say I'm Peruvian, but a mixture" (Italy, 32 ', 2016, Giulia Cinisselli and Leslie Hernández Nova, For access, see BABE-021.

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