Annette Jablonski wants to be a role model as an artist. She dreams of becoming self-employed and offering art courses for other people with disabilities. Who has influenced her on her way to her art, which questions she asks herself and how she otherwise rolls, she tells us on REHACARE.com.
Name: Annette Jablonski Age: 42 City: Düsseldorf, Germany Occupation: Free Artist Impairment: Tetraspacification and speech impediment
Annette Jablonski: I myself. When I did not trust myself with things, but they still work.
What have you always been wanting to do and why have you never done this so far? Annette Jablonski: I always wanted to be independent and offer offers, courses etc. for other people with disabilities. But: too big hurdle, too much organization...
Which person has influenced you most? And why? Annette Jablonski: Aneta Cynkar. About 20 years ago, she helped me to realize my art. That's how it all started.
You have the chance to become the Commissioner for the Disabled. What would you do first? Annette Jablonski: I would develop programs aimed at the individual needs of people with disabilities so that they can achieve their personal goals in life. Like the KRASS e.V. does, for example.
What is especially near and dear to you? Annette Jablonski: To take part in Kunstpunkte Düsseldorf. But I'm not allowed to, because I didn't go to art school.
I would like to be ... Annette Jablonski: a well-known artist who would be a good example for other people with disabilities.
Which question would you like to be answered the most? Annette Jablonski: Why am I such a stubborn person? Why do I have to meddle everywhere?
What I still wanted to say... Annette Jablonski: There is always a way. Look at me.