Just a few weeks after filming himself watching a marathon of every single movie he's ever appeared in for an art project, Shia LaBeouf is at it again.
And here we were thinking he wasn't even famous anymore.
— Shia LaBeouf (@thecampaignbook) December 10, 2015
he project is part of a new exhibition called Follow, which aims to present a variety of experiences and views of identity, sharing, and micro-celebrity within the context of a life lived online. According to the exhibits website:
In a world where we use Instagram 'likes' and YouTube views to assess who and what is important, and fame is just a click away, what impact is the internet really having on how we think about ourselves and those around us? Follow investigates how we understand image and identity as ever-changing concepts which can be bought, sold, mimicked, endorsed, deleted and validated through a single click - as well as exploring methods to survive, subvert and utilise social media. The exhibition raises questions about the ways in which we seek validation from social media and, ultimately, explores how we behave when everyone is watching. #FollowFACT
Within the context of the exhibit, the idea behind #TOUCHMYSOUL seems simple: In a world where it's so easy to "connect" with people online, how hard has it become for us to really connect with those around us?
If you feel you have some deeply profound knowledge to share with Shia that will move him so deeply that it touches his soul, the number to call is +44 (0)151 808 0771 -- no pressure, though.
Learn more about Mr. LaBeouf's last performance #AllMyMovies here:
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