Superstring: Timepieces - A Solo Exhibition of Single-Sontinuous Line Drawings. Superstring documents a series of single-continuous line drawings done by artist Joshua Yang during his 6-month artist residency at the Marina Mandarin in 2007. The book contains conversations between the artist and curator Eugene Tan on topics such as the correlation between art and science, specifically the Superstring Theory, the process of memorizing an image to be reproduced, the validity of memory, the relevance of theories to art practices and other related conversations. The book also catalogues the drawings produced during the 6-month residency as well as a proposal for a work that was produced during a 48-hour drawing marathon at the opening of the exhibition in December 2007. The drawing performance subsequently was recorded by the Singapore Book of Records as the longest continuous drawing made by an individual and the event was publicised on television and newspapers.