Land at Peace
During World War II RAF Davidstow moor played a crucial role in protecting our country. In the years of 1942-1945 the airfield was part of RAF Coastal Command where their missions sought to protect men at sea from German U-Boat attacks and rescued those who were stranded. Now, Seventy years later the airfield still stands in remembrance to those who protected and died fighting for our country. The airfield is now at peace, slowly crumbling away through disuse as an airfield but now as a playground for the modern world to use and enjoy recreationally. This project focuses on the remains from War, what still stands and the real life stories that lie within the soil from seventy years ago.
Sutton Auckett • Justine Belsito Gordon • Samuel Cowan-Say • Livvy Dunn • Luke Gartside • Guy Gunstone • Harry Li • Holly Peters • Hannah Rewbury • Rachel Stanbury • Thomas Stephens • Dominic Till •