A tango between the victim and the victimiser in Michelle and Uri Kranot's Black Tape (2010). Watch the animation short.

In the 2010 film by Michelle & Uri Kranot, Black Tape, the theme of domination is explored.


In an entangled tango, the victim and victimiser dance, occupying the frame and the space between brushstrokes.



This film is based on news and documentary footage, exploring the implications of life under occupation. It is the second part of a trilogy starting with ‘White tape’ (2010). Michelle & Uri Kranot have a new project ready in 2021, The Hangman at Home.

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