“Percorso/Plurimo/Luce”, Italian Pavilion, Montreal, 1967


Takes part in the Canadian Expo 1967 in Montréal, creating Percorso/plurimo/luce for the Italian Pavilion. In this work 14 huge projectors simultaneously projected onto great sheets of glass up to 16 metres high in the asymmetrical space.
On 7 July the television channel RAI 2 broadcasts ‘Incontro con Vedova’, curated by Alfredo Di Laura, as part of its “Incontri” series.
Delivers a second round of lectures in the United States, from Madison to Berkeley, and is invited to the Corning Museum of Glass for a seminar on his creation (patented worldwide) of the Expo glass panels.
Back in Venice transfers his studio from San Gregorio to one of the 15th-century Magazzini del Sale on the Zattere.