[1] ELWES, Catherine, Video art: a guided tour, University of the Arts London, 2005, pág. 1. Texto original:
Video is the default medium of the twenty-first century. It is everywhere, trapped on monitors and computer screens and projected, cinema-style, onto pristine gallery walls, across public spaces and onto the hallowed surfaces of national museums. The prominence of the moving image in contemporary art hides a forty-year history in which video played a vital role on the margins of the avant-garde. It began life in the mid 1960s, screening to small groups of aficionados in obscure, 'alternative' spaces. Then, in the 1990s, video art broke through into the mainstream of the museum and gallery system, taking up a central position as the twentieth century came to a close.

[2] LAINE, Tarja, “Eija-Liisa Ahtila’s Affective Images in The House” en Mediascape, Primavera 2006 [texto on-line] http://www.tft.ucla.edu/mediascape/Spring06_Eija-LiisaAhtila.html [consulta 12/01/2012]

[3] Proyecto: “216 prepared dc-motors, filler wire”(2009) de Zimoun,[ Consulta 11/11/2011] URL: http://zimoun.ch/