Shia LaBeouf Wants His Soul Touched

This morning I woke up just as I do everyday–fueled by a homicidal rage at the man operating the jackhammer just belong my window, wondering at what point in the night I had peeled my own pants off, nailed to my bed with distrust of the cold and crippling anxiety.

Just as I do every morning as soon as I open my eyes, I reached for my phone. I responded to the usual text messages, opened snapchats of the last night’s inebriated and this morning’s sulking, only today, I dialed +44 (0)151 808 0771 in hope’s that Shia LaBeouf would answer.

If you’re on twitter and you know what’s good for you, you follow Shia LaBeouf and if you follow Shia, you know that since November 30 he has tweeted:

to much of my confusion.

After years as a child actor and a series of arrests for disruptive behavior, Shia has turned to the world of performance art, installations include his #IAMSORRY and #ALLMYMOVIES collaborations. From Thursday, December 10th through Sunday, December 13th, anyone can call Shia and his collaborators, Nastja Sade Ronkko and Luke Turner, from 11AM-6PM GST and talk about anything as part of his newest piece, #TOUCHMYSOUL.

Like Shia’s previous pieces, there is a livestream available to showcase the three artists sitting at a white desk with computers and head pieces. Check it out at

I didn’t get through this morning, but it doesn’t mean I won’t call him as many times as an angry parent. His soul must be touched.

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