[…] Not only his images, but as well the way of arranging them are a means to disquiet the viewer. The pictures not only stand for themselves, they extend their meaning in interaction with the other works. Koch is not trying to find harmony. His works tell about the antagonism that only refers to beauty, when it has the courage to face human imperfection. Michael Koch examines the vulnerable parts of our being, renders them powerful and arranges them with his own act of divestiture.