- The Washington Times - Thursday, May 26, 2016

If you’ve got a thick skin and an elastic heart and aren’t easily driven to “Fury,” maybe you have what it takes to pick up a hitchhiking Shia LaBeouf in the middle of nowhere.

“Joined by two collaborators, Nastja Sade Ronkko and Luke Turner, LaBeouf is going on a walkabout for the 21st century, asking fans to give him rides based on the coordinates he tweets out (which had earlier baffled us for the better part of this month), and allowing the first person to pick him up to take him wherever the person chooses,” USA Today reported Thursday afternoon.

The eccentric actor — among other things in the last year alone he scandalized many with his role in a music video alongside a 12-year-old dancer — is tweeting out coordinates for rides from complete strangers for the sake of art.

“The trio’s journey will be memorialized in a documentary to be screened at the Finnish Institute in London and the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art,” USA Today noted.

Mr. LaBeouf’s trek comes to a close, wherever it ends up, on June 23. Until then, folks can follow along at TakeMeAnywhere.vice.com.




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