Laurie Ljubojevic is a visual artist who dots paper (both found and handmade) by placing tiny dots of acrylic paint on the surface and by puncturing through the paper with pins & needles. La Dotiste also creates sound art about her dotting process.
Laurie Ljubojevic studied at Queen's University, Kingston, ON and at the Glasgow School of Art, Scotland, obtaining a BFA from Queen's in 1999. She obtained a master's degree from Regent College, University of British Columbia, Vancouver in 2006. Ljubojevic developed a unique dotting technique while living in Tokyo in 1999. Since then she has exhibited internationally. Selected solo exhibitions: Private Gallery, Victoria, BC (2009), Other Gallery, The Banff Centre, AB (2006), and Conference on Art and Projects (CAP House), Kobe, Japan (2007, 2005). Selected group exhibitions: Eyelevel Gallery, Halifax (2008, 2007), Other Gallery, The Banff Centre, AB (2006), The Banff Centre, AB (2006), Imagine Gallery, Beijing (2006), CAP House, Kobe, (2006), TRUCK, Calgary (2004), Gallery Koyanagi, Tokyo (2004), Aion Gallery, Vancouver (2004), Verge Gallery, Vancouver (2004) and Tokyo Metropolitan Art Space, (2001, 2000). She exhibited work at the 2004 Basel Art Fair and the 2005 and 2006 Beijing Art Fairs. Ljubojevic is also an active mailartist.