Shia LaBeouf has been all over the place with his crazy endeavors, his most recent being the ‘He Will Not Divide Us’ anti-trump protest, which ended with him getting arrested.
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But do not fret, as the actor is back with a whole new project called ‘Alone Together’. In collaboration with Nastja Rönkkö and Luke Turner, these guys intend on launching an art project that will see each of them stay in basic cabins that will be set up in the Kiasma Museum, Lapland.
All of them will be set up in this isolated location with no phones, computers or access to the outside world aside from one video that allows them to speak with visitors of the exhibition.
The whole project is supposed to represent the idea of separation from each other despite the fact that we are all constantly connected. Sounds to me like Shia’s doing a bit of a David Blaine with the old glass box, although maybe not quite as extreme.
Anyway, hopefully some footage makes it way out of their cabins, although it does seem like they’re going to be cut off from the world. You can keep up to date with the project on their website.
For more Shia being Shia, here he is slapping a student in the face in an Oxford University elevator.