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Design of the Week | Shia LaBeouf's Anti-Trump Livestream



He Will Not Divide Us | Radio Waves

Shia LaBeouf has stationed a camera outside the Museum of the Moving Image in New York that will stream the anti-Trump protest "He Will Not Divide Us" continuously for the next four years...or the duration of the presidency. This is a good move on his part, considering his previous live-stream art project focused only on himself.

Shia LaBeouf is no stranger to us. Our controversial Frequencies Vol. 4 showcased a satirical interview with the rapscallion himself, which confused a lot of people.

Posted by Brett Gregory on 25 January, 2017 Design of the Week, He Will Not Divide Us, Shia LaBeouf | 0 comments
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