In Hoàng’s newest project, titled "Movie Star", the screens used differ from each other in terms of colour nuances and material. It is here that the artist proposes a reflection on perceptions of subject. Generally, the technique of chroma keying is used to remove a background from the subject of a photo or video and can be done with any colour that is uniform and distinct, allowing subjects to appear to be in any location without leaving. Hoàng further contemplates the concepts of ‘background’ and technology by considering how one can have a personal connection with their device through the customization of wallpapers yet there is a certain disassociation to the depicted subject. A renowned wallpaper photograph titled “Catalina Island”, a rocky landform located off the coast of Southern California, USA was used as the starting point for this project.