Your question probably aims at illustrating different meanings of the word
electric circuit consists of power source(s), cables, switches, junctions, sockets and power consumers. One could apply boolean algebra to simplify a configuration of parellel/serial switches used to operate the same device. This would then be a form of
switching logic. The usual simplifications of electrical circuits strive to reduce the cable length or improve the stability of power supply.
However, the technical representation of a
boolean function is a circuit whitch consists of digital gates (AND, OR, NAND, NOR, XOR, ...) or switches. Such a circuit is not supposed to convey electrical power but logical information. The physical details of the interconnection between components do not influence the logical behaviour looking at it from the abstract level of boolean logic.
Below the line, my answer is: No, you can't!