Shia loves an immersive real-time art project. Who can forget when he sat in an LA gallery for #IAMSORRY, in the small gallery space, wearing a tuxedo and the now-infamous paper bag, crying in front of visitors. People lined up to meet LaBeouf; some took selfies, some got aggressive, and, as LaBeouf later told the world, one sexually assaulted him. Or the time he skipped for an entire hour and asked people to mimic him. Or when people got to go jogging with him.
This time the actor-artist is inviting people to come and see him watch all his movies in reverse chronological order. For three days, 24 hours a day. It’s the new #IAMSORRY. It’s #ALLMYMOVIES.
The only thing we’ve been sent ahead of this information is the following cryptic, rather dark image of Shia, presumably one day in, watching his own face getting younger and younger like a 72-hour version of Benjamin Button.
If you’re in New York get down to #ALLMYMOVIES by LaBeouf, Rönkkö & Turner at the Angelika Film Center, 18 West Houston Street, NYC. If you’re not fortunate enough to get there in person, you can catch the livestream on NewHive. God speed, Shia.