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CANNES, FRANCE - MAY 19: Shia LaBeouf attends the 'Lawless' Photocall during the 65th Annual Cannes Film Festival at Palais des Festivals on May 19, 2012 in Cannes, France. (PAN Photo Agency / Shutterstock, Inc.)

Shia LaBeouf is now working on his latest performance art stunt. LaBeouf plans to spend at least a month isolated in a cabin in Finland located in the remote Lapland region. The only way he will be able to communicate with the outside world is via text messages from visitors visiting the Helsinki Museum.

This new performance art stunt is called #ALONETOGETHER and involves two other members of LaBeouf’s performance art team, Nasty Ronkko, and Luke Turner. Turner and Ronkko will also begin spending time in isolated cabins starting this Wednesday.

Visitors to the Helsinki Museum can visit a small cabin installed inside of a gallery. Their visitors will be able to send a text to LaBeouf, Ronkko, and Turner, who will also be able to respond to visitors but they cannot talk to one another. And in true Shia LaBeouf fashion, the entire event will life will be live streamed.

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Actor Shia LaBeouf attends the ‘Man Down’ premiere during the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival at Roy Thomson Hall on September 15, 2015 in Toronto, Canada. (BAKOUNINE / Shutterstock.com)

LaBeouf’s decision to start another performance art exhibit comes after LaBeouf’s anti-– Donald Trump live stream was shut down. The He Will Not Divide Us art campaign featured several incidents of violence such as reported gunshots and physical altercations. In fact, Shia LaBeouf’s He Will Not Divide Us art exhibit was moved to Mexico after the former New York Museum of moving image shut down the art installation. However, after reported gunshots in the area, the New Mexico art exhibit was closed down.

Right now might be a perfect time for LaBeouf to take time off from the film industry. His latest movie, Man Down, only sold one ticket at the box office earning less than $20 in its opening weekend.