A quest for form which is never static and accompanied by two constants: repetition and reduction. Reduction requires repetition in order to make the intangible tangible for humans. This repetition also stimulates our perception and helps US find an inner self while illuminating the primal thought. Another synonym for intangible is not human, for the most reductive of primal thoughts, sprung from fractal chance, does not deal with human beings but with a formal language that is universal, drawing from the innermost, and only becomes tangible in accidental, fortuitous moments. Our efforts to free this formal language, by means of fragmentation, from the human conventions that bind US to overabundance, turn out to be in our limited human perception a never-ending search for artistic discovery. Repetitive Juxtaposition takes up two individual, but in their essence mutual, interpretations of seeking and breaking form, and places them not opposite but next to each other. A split double LP of minimal, reductive electronic music by Barbir and Nicola Kazimir - two sides per artist. Features a collaboration between Kazimir and Isherwood. Includes four locked groove remixes by STL.