Oh, good. Just what we need: Shia LaBeouf, out in the wild.
For his latest performance art piece, LaBeouf is teaming up with frequent collaborators Rönkkö and Turner and of course Vice to travel the country using GPS coordinates and like, hitchhiking everywhere and doing things for fans? Sure, fine. Art. But, why do we care?
For the next 30 days, you can find the actor and his friends using the GPS coordinates they tweet or by visiting the #TakeMeAnywhere website, where you can track their movements. And I guess the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art is sponsoring it, so, hey, somebody still likes the guy.
According to Time, LaBeouf thinks the project is about “making friends” and “finding meaning” in life and has pledged to do just about anything strangers ask of him along the way. And if you need any suggestions, he’s reallly good at having a bag over his head, plagiarizing and heck, he’ll even terrorize his own girlfriend!
The piece started in Lyons, Colorado on Monday, where five friends met up with the actor for a free lunch at the mircrobrewery Oskar Blues. Next stop? Irrelevance.