Gabriel Sosa is an artist, linguist, and curator based in Boston. Through various media including drawing, video, and installation, he interrogates his experiences as a court interpreter and a Cuban-American as he explores language, the fallibility of memory, and the synthesis of fact and fiction. Born and raised in Miami, Florida, he graduated from New World School of the Arts and earned an MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University in 2016. Recent exhibitions of his work include El Acercamiento at La Fábrica de Arte Cubano in Havana, Cuba, I Come From Where the Palm Tree Grows at the LATLab in Los Angeles, and The Yud Video Project at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco. Some of his curatorial projects include Three Acts For(giving) at Haley House in Boston and Drawing Connections at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. He was an artist-in-residence at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History in Santa Cruz, California in 2016.