This chapter explores some of the ways that currents move about the ocean, transitioning with the material relations of nature/culture entanglements. It offers two short meditations that provide speculative perspectives and potential imaginaries on the nature of transitions associated with very different dynamic systems: the biological pump that is created by the collective efforts of Southern Ocean krill; and the Antarctic Circumpolar current. Surface currents and winds work together to up-end our terrestrial assurances of place. Currents act and can be acted upon with an inherently relational and ethical agency; subtly transforming the waters through which they pass, and in turn transformed by the waters that they meet, the particles collected, and the continents and seafloors they sweep. The chapter discusses the ocean is not a static place, fluid or thing that moves from one hold to the next, as if separate from its movement; or merely a habitable vessel for organisms.