Shia LeBeouf is no stranger to performance art and strange goings on. He’s done some crazy stuff over the years, and perhaps this is one of the more sedate of his attempts at performance art. LeBeouf is currently spending 24 hours in an elevator at Oxford Union, talking with anyone who comes onto the elevator, streaming the entire thing. It’s fascinating and there’s no telling what might happen next. The subjects jump around as each person asks their own questions or answers LeBeouf’s questions. Check out the live stream below.It started this morning at 9AM GMT and will continue until 9AM GMT tomorrow. They are in one of three elevators on the campus, perhaps the most famous as LaBeouf points out at one point. Don’t worry though, Labeouf will be getting off the elevator to pee and such. There won’t be a bucket in the corner of the elevator. Labeouf, along with Nastja Rönkkö and Luke Turner are hoping to “Connect with people.”
While writing this and listening to the live stream, Labeouf just told the story of him and his trouble with public school restrooms, soiling his pants as a child until he was 12 years old and trying to hide the soiled underwear until he did it on the set of Even Stevens and some how got over it.
He is not holding anything back.