Jan Voss, Wartelist, 1984
Johanna Drucker uses _Wartelist_ as an exemplar for the importance of sequence in Artists' Books in her _The Century of Artists' Books_: "When you purchase Wartelist you can purchase as many interior sheets as you like—thus shortening or extending the wait the person at the bus stop has. The additional sheets are all sections of road and landscape so that the book's length becomes an experience of waiting. One turns through page after page of empty road where sequence is both duration and distance. _Wartelist_ calls attention to sequence as a fundamental feature of artists' books.