The theoretical developments of Jorge Luis Farjat about the audiovisual art begin with his first essay Audiovisualogy. The audiovisual as an art and a means of communication, whose first edition dates from 1979, a work that was complemented with The Audiovisual and the Arts, dedicated to the study of the relation of the audiovisual art in the scale of arts and that constituted an independent study of the Audiovisualogy.
In the following years, and consequently with his periods of audiovisual production, he continued with his investigations and theoretical developments. In 2002, he edits Migration and Survival, an illustrated essay that constitutes the background on which the author bases the philosophical principles that inspire all his creation.
The author’s editions referred to these theories, which are part of the Collection of Art and Audiovisual Memory, are reviewed below
“Audiovisualogy. The Audiovisual as Art and Mean of Communication”. 1979. ISBN. 950-43-3879-8.
“Audiovisual Work. Iconographic Selection”. 2002. ISBN. 987-43-5311-2.
“Quotations and Testimonials. The Audiovisual as Art. Identification of the Works”. 2002. ISBN. 987-43-5312-0.
“Migrations and Survival. Main Excerpts”. 2002. ISBN. 987-43-5310-4.
“Audiovisual Work. Iconographic Selection. Quotations and Testimonials. The Audiovisual as Art. Identification of the Works. Migrations and Survival. Main Excerpts”. 2003. ISBN. 98797373-2-6.
“Audiovisual Theory”. 2003. ISBN. 987-43-6843-8.
“Audiovisual work and Theory”. 2004. ISBN. 987-43-6844-6.
“Solar of Audiovisual Art and Memory”. 2007-2008. ISBN 978-987-97373-5-4
“The Audiovisual Theme and the Arts”. 2015. ISBN 978-987-33-8138-6
“The audiovisual art: photographs projected together with sound”. 2015. ISBN 978-987-33-8442-4
“Audiovisual Work”. 2007-2016. ISBN: 978-987- 42-2816- 1