Touch Shia LaBeouf’s Soul in His Latest Performance Art Piece

Shia LaBeouf on His Shia LaBeouf Movie Marathon
'This Sh*t Changed My Coffee Order Name'

Want to have an intimate phone call with Shia LaBeouf? Well, it’s your lucky day!

The actor is currently in Liverpool with artists Nastja Säde Rönkkö and Luke Turner, doing a project in the Fact Gallery called #TOUCHMYSOUL.

Basically, starting today, you can reach LaBeouf via a hotline through Sunday by calling +44/0-151-808-0771. Call him with your questions, call him with your concerns, call him with your thoughts – he, Rönkkö, and Turner will be answering phones from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. GMT.

In case you don’t want to be put on hold and forced to wait to talk to them, #TOUCHMYSOUL  is being live-streamed on touchmysoul.net. The three artists are also updating the site with posts about their experiences.

LaBeouf’s last live performance art piece was back in November when he spent three consecutive (longggg) days watching every single one of his movies at the Angelika Film Center in New York. That’s 72-hours without breaks, starting with his last film, Man Down, and continuing on in reverse chronological order of each of his film’s releases.

Basically, LaBeouf is becoming a man with fewer and fewer surprises. If it’s something bizarre and random, that is. We’re into it.