These works are a collaboration between Casey and his wife Claire Alexander. These works combine Casey's silver gelatin hand prints with Claire's drawings screen printed over the top. The project includes all nine known meteorites to have landed in New Zealand. Seven were in the natural History Museum in London and two were in separate museums in New Zealand – the Auckland Museum and Whanganui Museum.  

The ‘collision’ that occurred once these two pieces of work met represents to the artists how meteorites are formed: the crashing together of space debris – random chaos creating something whole, containing inside it a particular intricacy and beauty.