The Dingoes That Park Their Brains with their Gum is an oil on canvas art by Jean-Michel Basquiat, 1988.

The painting portrays three droll characters. Dingoes are known as Australian wild scavenger dogs.

During this time, people were killing dingoes by preventing them from entering the fertile land using a fence and other methods.

For instance, the fence covered shore to shore. Hence, no way the dingoes would access the land for feeding.

According to the artwork, he was pleased by the dilemma the dingoes had to cultural refusal, separation, and conquest to the interest of superior economic.

Jean Michel Basquiat concentrated more on classism, racism, colonialism themes and other customs of the USA society in all his paintings.
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