This gallery show features works by U.S.-based artists of southwest Asian and north African (SWANA) descent. Coordinated by Mizna, the exhibition brings the perspectives and practices of more than 20 artists to one place. Taking its title from a quote by Khalil Gibran, the show celebrates the ways in which cultures come together and yet make space between themselves in order to find expression and sustenance. Collage, sculpture, installation, and photography are among the diverse media deployed. The revelatory work includes pieces by the show’s jurors: Essma Imady, Hend al Mansour, and Lamia Abukhadra.