Shia LaBeouf showed up to promote his new film ‘Nymphomaniac’ in Berlin with a paper bag over his head that read “I am not famous.” Turns out he was real cozy in that paper bag, because as soon as he got home he was part of an exhibit called #IAMSORRY.
The actor has been acting all sorts of crazy lately. This new exhibit is running in Los Angeles now through Sunday at the Cohen Gallery.
A press release read: “Shia LaBeouf is sorry. Sincerely sorry. He will be in situ at 7354 Beverly Boulevard for the duration. Implements will be provided. Free admission,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The “show” is a collaboration between the actor and artists Nastja Sade Ronkko and Luke Turner.
Here’s what to expect at the exhibit. When entering the exhibit, people are told to choose an object from a selection of items that include objects from Shia’s past… including Transformers toys, a whip (Indiana Jones), Hershey’s Kisses, a pair of pliers and a bowl of notes containing Tweets people wrote about Shia.
In another room, Shia (in a tux) sat at a table with the “I am not famous” paper bag over his head. According to sources, Shia did not speak or break eye contact the entire time, despite requests. If asked to take his bag off, he did, and apparently revealed he was crying.
What is going on with this kid!?