Bruggemann uses text as his fundamental premise, drawing on philosophical aspects related to the production and reception of cultural goods, art included. Bruggemann’s texts resound an attitude of rebellion, discontent and skepticism. He has a contradictory behaviour, oscillating between criticizing and doing nothing. His texts are often tautological, i.e. repeating what has already been said or what is already inherent in the work itself. For example the wall-paper 'Conceptual Decoration' - the wall-paper is itself a conceptual decoration, but it also says so as text printed on the wall-paper. Bruggemann is very much influenced by the conceptual movement from the 1960's.