Over the next several weeks, the 14th Factory will be filming a documentary like no other. The 14th Factory is a monumental, multi-media, socially engaged documentary film following British artist Simon Birch’s creation of an interactive art space. The set is comprised of a 3-acre empty warehouse located in the outskirts of downtown Los Angeles. The location has been transformed into the factory where Birch and his collaborators work and manufacture their art. The documentary films the viewer on a journey through 14 interlinked spaces comprised of video, installation, sculpture, paintings and performances. The project documents Birch’s creation of this innovative experience in collaboration with a global community of sixteen interdisciplinary artists from China, Hong Kong, the United States, United Kingdom and Canada.
Note added March 8, 2017
The 14th Factory will be filming its documentary on site for the next 2-3 weeks and by entering The 14th Factory, visitors will have granted permission to be included in the filming. Upon completion of its film, 14th Street Factory intends to temporarily open the newly created space to the public. This future exhibition is dependent on 14th Factory obtaining certain permits from the City of Los Angeles. More details on the exhibition to follow.
Participation in the 14th Factory will be divided into Early (before 2pm) and Late (after 2pm) tickets each day, with an additional Night option (8-10pm) for Saturdays.
Donate what you can at the door every Thursday and 3rd Sunday of the month.
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.