(LOS ANGELES) -- Shia LaBeouf's new art installation had competition on Wednesday from another actor.
Jerry O'Connell unveiled his own art piece at the Artspace Warehouse in Los Angeles, right next door to the Stephen Cohen Gallery, where LaBeouf is performing #IAMSORRY through Sunday.
O'Connell's show, dubbed #IAMSORRYTOO, was held for one day only, in conjunction with the Funny or Die website.
One person who attended both shows Wednesday told E! News that they were mostly similar. In each exhibit, visitors were offered objects that reference the actor's career -- in O'Connell's case that included a DVD of his film Stand By Me. However, O'Connell interacted with visitors, unlike LaBeouf in #IAMSORRY.
#IAMSORRY debuted on Tuesday, with LaBeouf wearing a paper bag over his head that read "I AM NOT FAMOUS ANYMORE." He also wore the bag at the Berlin Film Festival last weekend.
"I AM NOT FAMOUS ANYMORE" has become a mantra of sorts for LaBeouf since he repeatedly apologized for plagiarizing another artist's work for his short film, HowardCantour.com.
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