In Medina-Parkour (Tetuán), the artist runs across the rooftop terraces of the old Medina carrying a bag of bread. The terrace roofs -which Colomer has explored widely through his career- are still accessible and active in the countries of the Middle East and Maghreb. In a sort of gymnastic and burlesque manner, the parkour practice is evoked. The artist reenacts this common activity in the European peripheries, following the movements of cats and kids, the protagonists of this pastime in the heights of the city. Through jumping across the walls that set the boundaries of properties and territories, the limits between domestic privacy and public space are questioned. By means of a parallel itinerary, a heterotopic space that functions as an alternative to the odes of conduct of the city at ground level is drawn.