Can we create low air pressure artificially in a system to make the wind blow towards the system from the higher normal air pressure in vicinity ?
Of course we can.
One example would be in ventilation systems that utilize fans and blowers. Supply ductwork for example would have blowers putting air into the ducts at higher pressure than atmosphere. This high pressure "pushes" the air through the ducts towards the lower pressure surrounding air.
Something like exhaust ductwork does it in reverse. The fan sucks air out of the ductwork, causing a low pressure which gets "pushed" by the higher pressure air of the surroundings through the ducts and out of the building.
So basically, yes, and this is is a crucial part of examining airflow, especially in closed buildings or large weather systems.