Shia LaBeouf Unveils Four-Year-Long Livestream to Protest Trump
If you're destroyed over the fact that President-elect Donald Trump will be inaugurated today (January 20), you can spend the next four years grieving, or, thanks to Shia LaBeouf, you can spend the next four years audibly rejecting Trump for the whole internet to see.
LaBeouf, who's no stranger to out-of-the-box approaches to art, has just unveiled a new project called — yes, all caps — "HE WILL NOT DIVIDE US." LaBeouf has planted a webcam outside of the New York's Museum of the Moving Image, into which he's encouraging passersby to say "he will not divide us" as loudly as they want and for as long as they'd like. The device will be in operation for 24 hours a day during the length of Trump's presidency, and footage will appear on hewillnotdivideus.us.
Already, Jaden Smith has planted himself in front of the webcam to declare his dismissal of Trump's hateful rhetoric, and a small crowd has gathered around him.
"...the mantra 'HE WILL NOT DIVIDE US' acts as a show of resistance or insistence, opposition or optimism, guided by the spirit of each individual participant and the community," the site's mission statement reads.
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