On Monday I delivered my house dedicated to William Carrick, a civilian victim of the 1916 rising to the 1916 Sackville Street Project. My house alongside 261 other houses dedicated to civilians that died during the insurrection will be exhibited on O'Connell Street on Easter Monday and then in the Botanic Gardens in April. I'm really happy to be a part of it. I didn't have much information about William to go on, not even his age. He is buried in a mass grave in Deans Grange, with a British Soldier, two Volunteers and another two civilians. Carrick his name being all I had really, is the Irish word for rock, so I built the house on rock foundation, inside the house I made clay books representing his life story that is lost from us now.