Thirty aluminum pylons, rising 40 feet into the air, draw the visitorís attention to the Pavilion of Economic Progress. When the visitor approaches the pavilion, he is intrigued by a huge 160-ft.-round rotating fiber glass storywall. Colored graphics about the companies responsible for the pavilion form a multi-image fresco, completely intelligible only when seen from the inside. Audiences of 150 people hear about the contribution to Canadian life of the pavilionís participants from life-size animated puppets. The rotating wall then becomes an illustrated back-drop for the story of competitive enterprise.

Several different companies combined to build and operate this pavilion, which moved audiences into the exhibit area through the use of a large turntable. (CD #12 Set 29 #8-1)