Parts & Labour is a multidisciplinary studio that works in specialised art project management.
We provides a detailed service on projects from the master planning to the commissioning process, right through to design, production and installation. This includes stakeholder management and project documentation throughout the project.
We assist professionals, such as artists, architects and designers, develop and realise their concepts.
Our management scope includes
- Art installations
- Specialised design projects
- Architectural structures and sculptural features
Projects such as these are usually out of the ordinary with unique objectives and structures. We are able to advise on various design and construction methods, as well as put together experienced teams specific to the needs of a given project.
Our core team consists of Brendan Copestake and we draw on a range of trusted professionals in order to ensure the project realisation is managed according to the artist’s/client’ needs.
Parts & Labour was established by Brendan Copestake.
Download our company profile. (pdf 1.5mb)
Clients and Artists
Arts on Main
David Krut Projects
First National Bank
Institute Francais South Africa (Ifas)
Joburg Art Fair
Linkd Environmental Services
Mashabane Rose Associates
National Arts Festival
The Nelson Mandela Foundation
The Trinity Session
The Swiss Ambassador
WITS School of ARTS
Clive van den Berg
Quinten Edward Williams
Awards and Nominations
2010 BASA Nomination ARTRIGHT
2012 BASA Nomination The Capture Site
2014 BASA Nomination FNB Bank City
2017 BASA Nomination Drawings in the Sky
Engineering News – 3D printing boosting manufacturing, demand for industrial designers
SA Art Times – Movers and Shakers
Art Africa – The Home Movie Factory
Brand SA – Unique sculpture at Mandela Capture Site
Pretoria News – The City’s Streets Light Up
Intense Art Magazine – SOUTH AFRICAN PAVILION | Venice Biennale 2015 | ‘THE PAST IS BY NO MEANS GONE’
Artsy – SOUTH AFRICAN PAVILION | Venice Biennale 2017 | The Venice Biennale’s 11 Best Pavilions
Architecture South Africa Edition 87 | The Space Between – Lorenzo Nassimbeni
Pro Landscaper | The Meeting Place