Shia LeBeouf is at it again. The actors, who occasionally likes to walk around with a paper bag over his head to see if he can act his way out of it, is in the midst of a new performance piece which involves you picking him and his buddies up and taking them somewhere. The project is called #TakeMeAnywhere, and this is how it works: over the course of one month, LaBeouf will randomly tweet the GPS coordinates of his present location. Anybody with the time and the inclination can then go find LaBeouf and his crew, and take them anywhere in the country. They started the project this past Monday, and are currently somewhere in the mountains of Colorado. They were picked up by a group of people who had lunch with them, and then vaguely dropped them somewhere, and there they are. If this sounds like some sort of half-assed hipster attempt at art, it is. #TakeMeAnywhere was commissioned by the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art and the Finnish Institute in London. It’s supposed to examine “goodness” and “corrupt nature”. Goodness would be exemplified by people who would buy Shia a taco, and corrupt nature by people who would rob him and beat him and leave by the side of the road. Neither are remotely tempting to me, but if you want to take Shia somewhere, now’s your chance.