The 14th Factory is a monumental, multiple-media, socially engaged art and documentary experience conceived by the Hong Kong-based British artist Simon Birch. Taking over three acres of an empty industrial warehouse and lot on the outskirts of downtown Los Angeles, the location has been transformed into a factory where Birch and his 20 creative collaborators work and manufacture their art, creating an ever-changing immersive environment of 14 interlinked spaces comprised of video, installation, sculpture, paintings and performance.
In entering The 14th Factory, the visitor is transformed into a central player in a collaboratively fabricated adventure and motion picture that engages and unfolds, uniting individuals to the creative process and to each other. The experience challenges the current political climate by celebrating creative diversity, unity and the act of overcoming obstacles and challenges as a global society.
General Entry may be reserved online until 45 minutes before closing time of the day. Entry could be secured both online ($18) and at-the-door ($22).
Youth, Seniors and Military
Discounted rates are available for youth under 18, students with IDs, seniors above the age of 60 and personnel in active duty in the military or National Guard and Reserves and their family. Children 5 or under are eligible for complimentary entry.
Residents of our local community and holders of driver’s licenses with the zip code 90031 are eligible for free entry. Please bring along your driver’s license for entry.
Groups are welcome. Pricing is available for groups of 10 or above.
Wednesday:11am – 6pm
Thursday : 11am – 8pm
Friday: 11am – 8pm
Saturday: 10am – 10pm
Sunday: 10am – 8pm
Please note that prior to entering The 14th Factory, everyone is required to sign our ‘Talent Consent and Release’ and ‘Waiver, Release and Hold Harmless Agreement’ forms at the reception as we are filming a documentary in the space. Anyone who has not signed the forms won’t be allowed entry. Thank you!