It is shown that a receiver equipped with two antennas may null an arbitrary large number of spatial directions to any desired accuracy, while maintaining the interference-free signal-to-noise ratio, by judiciously adjusting the distance between the antenna elements. The main theoretical result builds on ergodic theory. The practicality of the scheme in moderate signal-to-noise systems is demonstrated for a scenario where each transmitter is equipped with a single antenna and each receiver has two receive chains and where the desired spacing between antenna elements is achieved by selecting the appropriate antennas from a large linear antenna array. We further extend the proposed scheme to show that interference can be eliminated also in specular multipath channels as well as multiple-input multiple-output interference channels where a single extra receiver suffices to align all interferers into a one-dimensional subspace. To demonstrate the performance of the scheme, we show significant gains for interference channels with four as well as six users, at low to moderate signal-to-noise ratios (0-20 dB). The robustness of the proposed technique to small channel estimation errors is also explored.