Shia LaBeouf has since moved on to rocking neon spandex around Los Angeles (leaving little to the imagination)...and now we know why.
After tweeting out a ton of his running milestones from the Nike + app, the Transformers star announced on Twitter Monday that he'll be performing in a performance art exhibit called "#Metamarathon" at the Stedelijik museum in Amsterdam Sept. 25. And there's a pretty good chance he'll be doing that in his fabulous workout gear.
Prior to that, he tweeted out a shot of himself wearing purple spandex pants and a definition of 'run' Sunday, writing, "RUN: to move swiftly on foot; to PROCESS or execute a PROGRAM or instruction; an unbroken series of PERFORMANCES."
Shia's participation in the event was also confirmed on the museum's website, which has a message that reads, "Shia LaBeouf will embark upon a metamarathon around the perimeter of the Stedelijk Museum. Visitors are invited to participate. Running shoes optional. Starts at 2:00 p.m. The #Metamarathon is a collaborative project by Shia, Nastja Säde Rönkkö and Luke Turner."
The actor has been really into performance art as of late, kicking off his first performance art exhibit in February called, "#IAMSORRY." During it, Shia sat in a room at the Cohen Gallery in Los Angeles dressed up in a suit with a paper bag over his head as people interacted with him using a ukulele, Hershey's kisses and other odd things.