But is it art? Angry man Shia LeBeouf rants at camera as he partakes in his anti-Donald Trump project in NYC He has already been filmed trying to punch a rival supporter in the face. And angry man Shia LeBeouf was as riled up as ever as he ranted while partaking in his anti-Donald Trump art project protesting in New York on Tuesday. The self-styled performance artist was spotted gurning at the camera on his wall outside the Museum Of The Moving Image in the picturesque Queens area. +9 He's going to give himself an art attack: Angry Shia LeBeouf ranted into a camera at his anti-Donald Trump project in New York on Tuesday Aiming for a struggling artist stylistic mode, he had donned a waterproof poncho, plaid jacket, brown trousers and trainers. Rounding off his look, his scruffy beard and beanie hat made him look somewhat like Che Guevara, or at least a cabaret musical theatre version of the communist guerrilla revolutionary. The project is being constantly live-streamed onto the internet, withe people allowed to stand in front of the wall and recite the phrase, 'he will not divide us.' +9 Motley crew: He was joined by an equally well dressed companion outside the Museum Of The Moving Image +9 The caped crusader: The self-styled artist and activist's poncho blew in the wind +9 Cabaret Che: With his scruffy beard and beanie he looked like a camp version of Guevara He was previously captured screaming into the face of a 'white supremacist' just two days into his four-year protest of Donald Trump. The 30-year-old actor spent the weekend partaking in the event, and on Sunday was approached by a young man who said directly into the camera: 'We must secure the existence of white people.' At the time, LaBeouf and all those present had been chanting 'he will not divide us,' and when the young man made his statement the actor immediately went off on a tirade. +9 Kumbaya: He was joined by an eccentric fellow wielding a tambourine and rainbow hand muff +9 Shaving the world: The scruffily bearded star is doing his bit to oppose the new president In a moment that seemed almost too good to be true the Indiana Jones And The Crystal Skull star screamed: 'HE WILL NOT DIVIDE US. HE WILL NOT DIVIDE US.' His forceful display led to the man backing down. There was also an incident on Saturday where LaBeouf tried to punch a man who was running up to the camera with a 'Pepe 2020' sign. The actor, who starred in pornographic 2013 arthouse film Nymphomaniac, is determined his protest art show will go on for 24 hours a day, seven days a week for Trump's entire four-year term in office. +9 Making his point: He insists the installation will be up for the entire Trump presidency +9 Almost too good to be true: He threw a punch at a rival protester at the weekend +9 Shout and about: He also screamed at a strange man who said 'we must secure the existence of white people'