The work of Kieran Pathak-Mould explores an innate urge to question the traditional qualities of knitted fabrics. His work challenges how process exploration can produce materials that improve the aesthetic and practical qualities of knitted fabrics. He often draws inspiration from alternative, more modern crafts and materials.
This results from a desire to infuse freshness into a culture that is rife with repetition. In an effort to create a gradient knit sample with clear PVC or airbrushing, Kieran combines a number of techniques and procedures.