When I first saw the famous AACS encryption key (you know, the one that starts with 09 F9 and gets censored everywhere), I didn't know about the context, so I started to look at is as either a bunch of encoded characters or a short machine-code routine.
The hexdump obviously doesn't represent 8-bit plaintext because of the wide variety of byte-initial bits, but perhaps it could work as textmode art. So, here's a PETSCII interpretation of the key. It looks rather abstract so perhaps it also needs a suitably all-around title. "Threat of Society", for example.
All right, now we just need an art gallery to put it in, as well as someone proficient in art analysis to generate some clever bullshit about it. Or at least we could print some T-shirt or badges. Or perhaps it'll just be enough to put the thingy available to a site that gathers all kinds of artistic interpretations of the theme.
By the way, it'd also be fun if the byte sequence actually were a piece of executable code that would work as a 16-byte intro on some obscure platform (by the way, the smallest category in Pouet.net is 32-byte). However, in X86 and Z80 the code is total gibberish, and the 6502 disassembly isn't that sane either (although you might look at it as a filler loop).
0000 09F9 ORA #$F9 0002 1102 ORA ($02),Y 0004 9D74E3 STA $E374,X 0007 5BD841 SRE $41D8,Y ; illegal LSR+EOR 000A 56C5 LSR $C5,X 000C 6356 RRA ($56,X) ; illegal ROR+ADC 000E 88 DEY 000F C0xx CPY #xx 0011 xxxx (put in a branch perhaps)
Anyway, I think we are going to be seeing even more "dangerous bit sequences" in the future, so perhaps we should prepare for this by introducing different ways for turning short arbitrary bitstrings into visual art, music and other nice things with a maximized probability of esthetically pleasing output. I've actually had this idea for a long while in the context of going into extreme minimalism in demoscene productions.