Seba Kurtis knows all about exile. He was born in Buenos Aires in 1974 and during the deep financial crisis that rocked Argentina at the turn of the millennium, he sought refuge in Spain. He left first and was followed by his family later on. They lived as illegal immigrants for five years, Kurtis working with other exiles on building sites.
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