By Rita Kokshanian
Updated Feb 19, 2016 @ 4:00 pm
Shia LaBoeuf
Credit: George Pimentel/WireImage

Shia LaBeouf is at it again. It seems that the actor is trying to top his last artistic experiment with an even more bizarre one, this time in an elevator. Called #Elevate, LaBeouf is spending 24 hours in an elevator at Oxford University in England, where fans are invited to join him to take selfies, ask questions, and do pretty much anything they want. Oh, and the whole thing is being live streamed right. now.

But that's not all—once 12 hours are up, Shia and the two other members of his art collective, Nastja Säde Rönkkö and Luke Turner, will give a talk about their experiment at the university, and then they'll go back into the elevator for another 12 hours.

If you recall, the actor spent three days watching his movies (and live-streaming himself watching them) at the Anjelica Film Center in New York City in an experiment called #AllMyMovies in November. Since then, countless memes of LaBeouf's reactions to his flicks have popped up all over Tumblr and Instagram.

Only time will tell what kind of Internet fodder Shia La-buffs will glean from #Elevate, but until then watch the live-stream of the first part of the experiment above.