Shia LaBeouf once again sported a paper bag over his head as he opened an unusual art installation in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
The show is called #IAMSORRY, the same hashtag LaBeouf tweeted at 11 a.m. PT, when he launched his brief run at the Stephen Cohen Gallery.
"Shia LaBeouf is sorry. Sincerely sorry," a press release for the show, obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, reads. "He will be in situ at 7354 Beverly Boulevard for the duration. Implements will be provided. Free admission."
The installation, open to the public through Sunday, asks visitors to select one of several objects representing LaBeouf's work, such as "Transformers" toys and a whip, the latter being an apparent reference to his role in the last Indiana Jones film.
In another room, the 27-year-old actor sat at a table, wearing the same paper bag with the words, "I AM NOT FAMOUS ANYMORE," that he donned on the red carpet of the Berlin Film Festival last weekend.
LaBeouf did not answer visitors' questions, according to THR, though he nodded at them after he was thanked for his time.
The actor has acted strangely ever since the December release of his short film, "HowardCantour.com," which, it turned out, was allegedly ripped off from a graphic novella by artist Daniel Clowes.
LaBeouf has apologized several times since then, in all sorts of odd ways.