It's all about to go down (and up) for Shia LaBeouf.
The actor who is every bit as eccentric as they come is going to essentially live in an elevator for a full 24 hours and live stream the claustrophobic experience on YouTube.
Shia, as he so often does, is claiming that the tight-quartered, uh, production, is actually a performance art experience titled #ELEVATE. It's taking place in the United Kingdom at the Oxford Union.
The "Transformers" star is collaborating with artists Nastja Sade Rönkkö and Luke Turner for the exhibition, and he's inviting small groups of people to participate by hanging out with the trio inside the elevator.
"Part of the democratic nature of the performance the trio are exploring is this very odd social feel of who goes in the elevator, how many people can fit inside, how long do you spend in there," Jack Lennard, a spokesperson for Oxford Union, said of Shia's experiment. "Part of the art project in itself is there is no real set time limit or set amount of people who can go in at any one time."
The experience began at 9 am on Feb. 19 and will end at 9 am on Feb. 20.
Those "riding" with Shia actually shouldn't expect a ride at all. When the doors close, the elevator will remain stationary until one of the artists chooses to let in the next group. The elevator normally serves two floors.
The stunt is pure Shia, as he's done bizarre "exhibitions" like this before.
In December he set up a call center to encourage the public to call him and "touch his soul." The whole thing was streamed online. A month prior, he watched every one of his movies in chronological order in front of a webcam at the Angelika Film Center in NYC for three days.
Aside from that, who can forget the time he showed up on a red carpet with a paper bag over his head in 2014 that read "I am not famous anymore"? After that he also set up a strange art exhibit in Los Angeles were he said no words (he later said he was raped at the art installation.)