Shia LaBeouf has worn a paper bag on his head while living in a gallery and invited the public to join him in watching a marathon of his films. Now, for his latest performance art piece, he's...working at a call center?

Beginning Thursday and running through Sunday, the actor (we can still call him that right?) invites people to call him between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. GMT, reports Huffington Post. He'll be in a gallery in Liverpool, England, along with collaborators Nastja Säde Rönkkö and Luke Turner.

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According to the gallery, the piece, "asks us how we can truly connect with another person across the networks, what this feels like, and how we can be moved by such an encounter."

If you'd rather just watch the foolery go down instead of participate, the whole thing, including LaBeouf's notes, will be live-streamed at touchmysoul.net.

What will you ask when you dial in?

Check out this parody of Shia's performance art from The Late Late Show with James Corden