Photo by Howard Ludwig
Little was born in Durham, North Carolina and grew up in the U.K. and lives in Chicago, USA. Carron graduated with a BA, First Class Honors from Goldsmiths College, U.K. in 1996 and received her MFA in Digital Video and Textiles from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1999 where she has been teaching in the Performance Department since 2014. Little has exhibited, performed and screened films of her work and Out of Site’s public performances locally and internationally. Little was nominated for the Shapiro Research Fellowship in 2016 from the Shapiro Research Center at SAIC to develop critical analysis of Out of Site public performances. Little was a contributor to Sharon Louden’s publication Artist as Cultural Producer published by Intellect Press and The University of Chicago in 2017. She is currently working on the public engagement project Spare Rib Revisited for Lucerne, Switzerland 2016 and Liverpool, U.K. 2017. This project has been supported by Chicago Sister Cities International and the Swiss Benevolent Society of Chicago. Most recently she has given lectures on her practice at University of Chicago, Ohio University and Burren College of Art, Ireland. She was invited to perform at Sarajevo’s Winter Festival, Bosnia, Burren College of Art, Ireland, Hatch Art, Detroit, The Florence Institute, Liverpool U.K., Foward16 public performance festival, Lenzburg, Switzerland and Loge Theater, Lucerne, Switzerland and the Performing Arts Festival in Berlin.