Shia LaBeouf is embarking on yet another artistic endeavor, and you can follow him along -- literally.

The Fury actor/motivational speaker is hitchhiking across America for his latest art project, following his elevator nightmare and surprisingly endearing livestreamed self-portrait, and inviting fans to come along in the project he is calling #TAKEMEANYWHERE.

Joined by two collaborators, Nastja Säde Rönkkö and Luke Turner, LaBeouf is going on a walkabout for the 21st century, asking fans to give him rides based on the coordinates he tweets out (which had earlier baffled us for the better part of this month), and allowing the first person to pick him up to take him wherever the person chooses. LaBeouf, Rönkkö and Turner started off their journey of self discovery in Boulder, Colo., on May 23, and will end it on June 23. Fans can follow their journey with an interactive map in real time.

“With these projects, we try to retain a naïveté, or that’s the goal,” LaBeouf told Vice. “The goal is to sort of stay naïve, stay impressionable, stay malleable.”

The trio's journey will be memorialized in a documentary to be screened at the Finnish Institute in London and the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art.

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